Lana Del Rey ‘Blue Banisters’ Fan Review: Singer is 'coming to break Adele’s records'

Lana Del Rey, who has been surrounded with several controversies this year, had announced her eighth album ‘Blue Banisters’ in April


                            Lana Del Rey ‘Blue Banisters’ Fan Review: Singer is 'coming to break Adele’s records'
Lana Del Rey on the cover of 'Blue Banisters' (Photo by Lana Del Rey's Official Website)

After releasing ‘Chemtrails over the Country Club’ in March 2021, Lana Del Rey is back with her second album of the year called ‘Blue Banisters’. The latest full-length album proved to be one of the hottest new Friday releases as it quickly grabbed one of the top trending spots on Twitter.

Lana Del Rey, who was surrounded by several controversies this year, had first announced her eighth album ‘Blue Banisters’ in April. With ‘Chemtrails over the Country Club’, the 36-year-old crooner had delivered hits like ‘White Dress’, ‘Wild at Heart’ and ‘Yosemite’ among a few others. Lana is currently on a social media break hence she did not promote her album at the time of its release.
 
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Lana Del Rey releases new album ‘Blue Banisters’

Lana Del Rey’s brand new album is stacked with 15 songs. The first and the second track ‘Text Book’ and ‘Blue Banisters’ have been reportedly produced by Gabe Simons. The song ‘Wildflower Wildfire’ reportedly features production from Mike Dean. In order to hype the album, the singer had released an official video of the song ‘Arcadia’ a week ago and also shared another alternate video of the same song recently.

On the title track, Lana Del Ray croons, “There's a picture on the wall/ Of me on a John Deere/ Jenny handed me a beer/ Said, "How the hell did you get there?"/ Oh, Oklahoma/ Mm-mm, mm.” She later slips into pre-chorus where she sings, “Jenny jumped into the pool/ She was swimmin' with Nikki Lane/ She said, "Most men don't want a woman/ With a legacy, it's of age". You can listen to the full album here.

Lana Del Rey attends the MTV EMAs 2017 held at The SSE Arena, Wembley on November 12, 2017 in London, England. (Photo by Andreas Rentz/Getty Images)

 

Tracklist

‘Text Book’
‘Blue Banisters’
‘Arcadia’
‘Interlude - The Trio’
‘Black Bathing Suit’
‘If You Lie Down with Me’
‘Beautiful’
‘Violets for Roses’
‘Dealer’ (Ft. Miles Kane)
‘Thunder’
‘Wildflower Wildfire’
‘Nectar of the Gods’
‘Living Legend’
‘Cherry Blossom’
‘Sweet Carolina’



 

 

‘Coming to break Adele’s records’, claims Twitter

The fans of Lana Del Rey got emotional as they plugged into her brand new album. “CRYING HAPPY TEARS RN”, claimed one fan as another shared, “LANA DEL REY AND MILES KANE !?!?, i couldn’t believe it when i heard his voice and then i looked it up and now i’m crying lmao.” One fan stated, “Lana Del Rey is making me emotional #BlueBanisters’
 
The next one added, “New Lana Del Rey got me laying in dark just thinking.” Meanwhile, another fan tweeted, “No way lana del rey just started sounding like a guitar solo with her voice in living legend. i jumped.” Another user shared, ”It’s another masterpiece thank you lana del rey. blue banisters forever.” Whereas, one claimed, “Coming to break Adele’s records.” One fan concluded, “10/10Strong opener, well-paced, well-sequenced, gems everywhere, solid closing song. Highlights: Violets for Roses, Sweet Carolina, Thunder, Dealer, If You Lie Down With Me, Black Bathing Suit.”

Recording artist Lana Del Rey attends the 60th Annual GRAMMY Awards at Madison Square Garden on January 28, 2018 in New York City. (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images)

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

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