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Lana Del Rey has released another single from Ultraviolence. “Shades of Cool” has just hit the web, highlighting Del Rey’s earthy, mysterious sound and entrancing vocals.
The track, clearly inspired by smooth 1970s sounds, was produced by Rick Rowles, notes AceShowBiz. Del Rey and Rowles previously collaborated on “Summertime Sadness” and “Young and Beautiful.”
“Shades of Blue” featured heavy echo on Del Rey’s vocals and searing guitar solo in the middle. “But you are unfixable/ I can't break through your world/ 'Cause you live in shades of cool/ Your heart is unbreakable,” she sings in the chorus.
Ultraviolence was produced by The Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach, who just released Turn Blue last week. The first single on the album is “West Coast,” which received a music video earlier this month. The track has peaked at No. 17 on the Billboard Hot 100 back in April. Her “Summertime Sadness” peaked at No. 6 in September.
Ultraviolence hits stores on June 17 from Interscope/Polydor.
Del Rey reportedly flew to Italy this weekend to perform at Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s wedding in Florence, Italy.
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