Though it's enough just to make you go crazy.
Lana Del Rey managed to keep her new song "LOVE" under lock and key for just a few weeks after it was registered as "Young And In Love" on a music publishing website, but the pesky digital age found another culprit to wreak havoc on. Hours after promotional posters for the song popped up around L.A., the song leaked.
“I made my first four albums for me, but this one is for my fans and about where I hope we are all headed," Lana said.
The video for ‘LOVE’ will also be revealed very soon.
Grammy Award winning producer Rick Nowels, who is responsible for producing songs on Lana’s 2015 record Honeymoon, as well as Madonna's “Beautiful Scars” and Adele's “Why Do You Love Me,” produced the song. It also features production from Emile Haynie and Benny Blanco, the man behind Justin Bieber's "Love Yourself," Major Lazer's "Cold Water," Katy Perry's "California Gurls," Rihanna's "Diamonds" and Kesha's "Tik Tok."
The song itself is classic Lana. "Part of the past but now you're the future," she sings over cinematic production and pounding drums. "Signals crossing can get confusing. It's enough just to make you go crazy, crazy, crazy sometimes."
Here are two posters making their way around the Internet (it's not confirmed if they are legit or fan-made):
It's the tune we've been waiting too long for. Listen via iTunes.