Jack Antonoff Interviews Lana Del Rey

Lana Del Rey

Jack Antonoff interviewed Lana Del Rey for Interview Magazine:

The one thing that makes me upset is that if I hadn’t been so distracted with my personal life and my poetry, I could’ve broken it down in a more delicate, precise way. I guess the way I could’ve done that is just by adding one more defining song to it. Right now it’s really, really good, but I don’t know if it’s perfect, and that really bothers me. I think I need to add that song, “Dealer,” where I’m just screaming my head off. People don’t know what it sounds like when I yell. And I do yell.

Lana Del Rey Announces Spoken-Word Album

Lana Del Rey

Lana Del Rey will release Violent Bent Backwards Over The Grass, a book of poetry and a spoken-word album, on July 28th. Pre-orders are now up.

Violet Bent Backwards Over the Grass is also brought to life in an unprecedented spoken word audiobook which features Lana Del Rey reading fourteen select poems from the book accompanied by music from Grammy Award–winning musician Jack Antonoff.

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Lana Del Rey Cancels Upcoming Tour

Lana Del Rey

Lana Del Rey has canceled her upcoming tour due to illness.

The US singer had been due to perform in London, Manchester, Glasgow and Birmingham next week. “Sorry to let everyone down so last minute but this illness has taken me by surprise and have totally lost my singing voice,” she said in a statement.

“The doctor has advised four weeks off for the moment.”

The 34-year-old added: “I hate to let everyone down but I need to get well. Love Lana.”

Grimes Interviewed by Lana Del Rey

Grimes

Lana Del Rey interviewed Grimes for Interview Magazine:

I’m really obsessed with polytheism. I love how the ancient Greeks or the ancient Egyptians lived in this weird anime world where there were just tons of gods that could be anything. It’s like every form of suffering had a representation. I wonder if it almost has a positive psychological effect. If your kid dies in a war, you can literally go speak to War and be like, “Why did you do this?” Or, “I hope you did this for a reason.” There’s a weird philosophical justification for all pain, and there’s an anthropomorphization of every form of pain. In our current society, we don’t even know how to talk about things. So my album’s about a modern demonology or a modern pantheon where every song is about a different way to suffer or a different way to die. If you think about it, god-making or god-designing just seems so fun. The idea of making the Goddess of Plastic seems so fun to me.