The “Honeymoon” crooner says the song has a bit of an Italian feel.
Lana Del Rey shares a new taste of her forthcoming record.
Lana Del Rey’s “Honeymoon” album nears its release date (Friday, Sep. 18), so to promote the breathy and intoxicating compilation, the “High By The Beach” singer shared a new cut titled “Salvatore.”
Del Rey premiered the song on BBC Radio 1’s show yesterday (Sep. 15), saying it is “the most different from all the other tracks on the record. It has a little bit of an old world Italian feel, it’s kind of a weirder song, but I love the chorus.”
“On the downtown scenes, baby blue / Beatboxing and rapping in the summer rain / Like a boss, he sang jazz and blues.”
According to Rolling Stone, Honeymoon was recorded with producers Rick Nowels and Kieron Menzies and includes a cover of Nina Simone’s “Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood.”