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Lana Del Rey fans online were very happy recently because one of her unreleased tracks, “Meet Me in the Pale Moonlight,” has just surfaced.
According to Time, although it is confirmed that the track will not be on her upcoming album, Ultraviolence, fans are still going wild for the surfaced track.
Del Rey revealed on her Twitter account that this track was written for someone else four years ago.
@prefixmag wrote that for someone else 4 years ago ...... New single is called West Coast
— Lana Del Rey (@LanaDelRey) April 3, 2014
Unlike her last album, Born to Die, which featured slower-paced ballads such as “Young and Beautiful” or her original “Summertime Sadness,” this new song is much more fast-paced and has a slight disco feel to it.
Last year, in an interview with Radio.com, Del Rey said hackers accessed her hard drive remotely from another device and got access to hundreds of her songs.
“To be honest, what really happened was, three years ago somebody remotely accessed my hard drive, so even songs I’ve never emailed to myself [were accessed]. There are hundreds of them,’ she said.
Although “Meet Me in the Pale Moonlight” is quickly gaining popularity, it is most likely due to a case of theft, an unfortunate yet common event among famous artists.