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Watch Lana Del Rey's intimate three track video for 'Norman F*****g Rockwell!'

Updated: Dec 24, 2019


The songstress shared a 14 minute video showing her at her most natural state.


The video covers the tracks 'Norman Fucking Rockwell!', 'Bartender' and 'Happiness Is A Butterfly' in this affectionate and vintage style aesthetic, staying true to her usual visuals. She includes footage spending time with friends, swimming, driving along the coast and throwing donuts at cops.


It's not that unusual for Del Rey to release a lengthy video for her music. Earlier this year she uploaded a double track music video for songs 'Fuck It I Love You' and 'The Greatest' featuring home style visuals, themes of tranquillity and surfing at the beach. And of course how can we forget the classic 10 minute video for track 'Ride' from album 'Born to Die'.

On December 20th Del Rey announced that she would be releasing a spoken word album in just over two weeks time. However fans are sceptical since her earlier announcement of Violet Bent Backwards Over The Grass, a book of poetry that was due to be released some time ago has still not yet been available to purchase. She said in an Instagram video that "it is taking a lot longer to handbind than I thought".


Half of the proceeds from the new spoken word album will benefit various Native American organisations across the United States, and she is currently in discussions with their representatives.




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