Lana Del Rey – Blue Banisters (Download Free album Zip)
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Originally titled Rock Candy Sweet, Del Rey’s eighth studio album will be the newest addition to the prolific singer-songwriter’s discography. The three new tracks are the album’s title track, ‘Text Book’, and ‘Wildflower Wildfire’.
The entire Lana Del Rey story up to this point will make a fascinating biopic one day: New York boarding school, attempts at early success under the names May Jailer and Lizzy Grant, adopting a noir aesthetic with the new moniker Lana Del Rey, viral infamy with her performance of ‘Video Games’ on Saturday Night Live (which isn’t bad at all, for the record), refining her style and sound with each new release, peaking with the wonderful Norman Fucking Rockwell!, occasionally saying stupid things in a public forum, having intense media scrutiny follow her. It’s all classic pop diva narrative, and it only serves to solidify her place as a mainstream superstar.
As for the new songs, they’re… fine. I was fairly underwhelmed by Chemtrails over the Country Club, despite – or perhaps because of – being a huge fan of Norman Fucking Rockwell!
Most of the sprawling sonic experimentation found on the latter was replaced by simple piano balladry on the former, and while it had its high points, Chemtrails began to wear out its welcome when it became clear that every song was going to sound pretty much the same.
‘Tulsa Jesus Freak’ and her cover of Joni Mitchell’s ‘For Free’ are fantastic, though, and I’d put some money on Chemtrails being viewed as an underrated gem in the future.