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Video of the Moment #1888: Lana Del Rey

By on Sunday, 16th August 2015 at 10:00 am

Love her or loathe her (I prefer the latter), Lana Del Rey does make for good, salacious news copy, doesn’t she? The pouty, controversial artist known at Elizabeth Grant to her parents just released this past week new single ‘High on the Beach’, and its accompanying video naturally stars what else? The beach, of course. And in this particular promo, it’s the famed location of Malibu where we find our…err…heroine.

I suppose what Lana wanted to do in this video is show that she relates to celebrities, pseudocelebrities and the Royal Family in that she too is hounded by the paparazzi. But it’s all about how you deal with said paparazzi. We here at TGTF don’t condone what happens in this video, but considering that her weapon of choice looks like something off of Tattoine, I think it’s safe to say we shouldn’t take Lana’s actions that seriously. Watch the promo video below.

The single for ‘High on the Beach’ is available now from Polydor Records. For all the fun we have with Lana Del Rey on TGTF, you can browse here.



Video of the Moment #1591: Lana Del Rey

By on Sunday, 3rd August 2014 at 10:00 am

Not sure if we should be applauding Lana Del Rey for not making a controversial promo for the title track of her latest album ‘Ultraviolence’; it would have followed suit after many others that had come before and created firestorms. Instead, this one involves Del Rey wearing a wedding dress and veil, pensively walking around a park, flowers in hand. You will notice that one of her hands has nail lacquer and the other doesn’t, but I’m at a loss what profound meaning that cosmetic decision has.

For a more exciting version of this song, I recommend you watch her performing the song at Glastonbury 2014. ‘Ultraviolence’ is out now on Interscope.



The BBC at Glastonbury 2014 (Saturday): Lana Del Rey’s ‘Ultraviolence’ at the Pyramid Stage

By on Saturday, 28th June 2014 at 11:30 pm

Wherever you will be hanging your hat this weekend, whether you’re joining the sheep at Worthy Farm or you’ve got your feet up in front of the telly, us here at TGTF will have you covered when it comes to Glastonbury 2014. The dedicated people they are, the folks at the BBC will be working all hours during the festival and feeding us live coverage as it becomes available. What does this mean for you? We’ll be passing along all the best bits to you, our faithful readers.

Seemingly unfazed by Frances Bean Cobain’s complaints about her desire to be dead, Lana Del Rey wore a hippie style dress to her performance at the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury 2014 on Saturday. Love her or hate her, there were an awful lot of Glasto punters present to watch her sing the title track of her latest album ‘Ultraviolence’, out this month. Watch the video footage below, which shows most people in the sun, gawking at the American singer.

For more of the BBC’s Glastonbury coverage online, head this way. Stay tuned for more videos from Glasto 2014 right here on TGTF.



Video of the Moment #1163: Lana Del Rey

By on Saturday, 30th March 2013 at 6:00 pm

If you ever fancied Lana Del Rey covering one of Leonard Cohen’s songs, all your wishes have come through with this new video. The loved and hated American singer covers Cohen’s 1974 opus ‘Chelsea Hotel No. 2’ here below.



Video of the Moment #1127: Lana Del Rey

By on Saturday, 16th February 2013 at 10:00 am

I had hoped – futilely, it appears – that Lana Del Rey had hung up her singing ‘talent’ permanently for a modeling career with H&M. After hearing in the Twittersphere a couple weeks back that she’s back in the studio, I guess those of us that never related to the drawls of ‘Born to Die’ have had our reprieve snatched from us.

Early evidence? Following on from her H&M adverts, she’s now done an advert for Jaguar, soundtracked by new song ‘Burning Desire’. (At least this time she’s using her own song and not doing a cover.) Watch it below.



Video of the Moment #1035: Lana Del Rey

By on Sunday, 11th November 2012 at 10:00 am

Talk about perfect timing. Lana Del Rey (or maybe her people, rather) timed the release of her new video for ‘Bel Air’ right after a series of new dates went on sale for her May 2013 UK and Irish tour. You all know I pay no attention to what Ms. Elizabeth Grant does, so it was news to me that this song appears on the ‘Paradise’ version of her debut album ‘Born to Die’, released tomorrow (12 November). According to the YouTube description, a film called ‘TROPICO’ follows next year. Oh, you can’t reign in my excitement…



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