Lana Del Rey Accidentally Reveals Album Release Date – To Fans Who Recorded It
Here’s a good reason for pop stars to avoid fans: You never know if they’re carrying a camera, and you’ll never know if you let leak some information that shouldn’t have gotten out.
Yet that’s exactly what happened to Lana Del Rey recently. Make all the jokes about “loose” lips that you want, but during an instance in which the “Born to Die” singer started signing autographs, a group of fans asked about her upcoming sophomore album, Ultraviolence. Rather than tell them to wait for an announcement or watch Twitter, Del Rey said the album comes out on May 1.
When the fans inquired about if this was the first time the information became public, the pop star laughed uncomfortably. She then followed up that action by saying: “It's so good that it made me forget about the last record. I'm in love with it. I have that romantic feeling about it."
After rumors of a follow-up, the singer born Lizzie Grant formally announced Ultraviolence at a press conference for the Hollywood premiere of short film Tropico. The release has since been called “dark” and “wrong.”
To see the incident for yourself, watch the video fans took of Del Rey below:
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