Lana Del Rey basks in the sun on her "Honeymoon" single cover.
Del Rey's fanbase had a mini-meltdown after the "Honeymoon" >album cover-art surfaced. It showed a wide-shot of Del Rey sitting lifeless in a celebrity tours bus, staring off into the distance, face masked by a sunhat and glasses. It appears she was en route to her escape from reality - a field of dandelions. In the "Honeymoon" cover for the song, Del Rey is pictured wearing the same outfit, staring downward amidst a rosé-tinted haze. Everything around her is cheery, yet there's a somber tone to it.
Another stunning shot of Del Rey, who shares her darker side in this month's V Magazine. James Franco conducted an interview with the "High By The Beach" singer, who gave her the platform to clarify her stinging remarks on feminism she made last year.
"The luxury we have as a younger generation is being able to figure out where we want to go from here, which is why I’ve said things like, ‘I don’t focus on feminism, I focus on the future,’" Del Rey said. "It’s not to say that there’s not more to do in that area. I’ve gotten to witness through history the evolution of so many movements and now I’m standing at the forefront of new technological movements. I’m not undermining other issues. But I feel like that’s obvious, like I shouldn’t even have to bring that up."