Lana Del Ray shares the release dates of ‘Chemtrails Over the Country Club’

Lana Del Ray shares the release dates of 'Chemtrails Over the Country Club'

The king’s wool Shared release dates for her upcoming new album ‘Chemtrails Over the Country Club’.

They shared the news on Friday (October 2) in Los Angeles during the signing of the book of poems ‘Violet Bent Backward Over the Grass’.

The signing took place at the Barnes & Noble in The Grove at Video Today’s Mall, shortly after the video games singer released the full version of her poetry collection earlier this week.

Del Ray, who announced the secret event in an Instagram live video moments before the incident, can be seen sitting at a table wearing a mesh face mask and getting ready to sign a bunch of books.

“I can not wait to see you,” she said after explaining the criteria for signing – come first and serve first, one book per person.

Speaking to Del Ray fans at the signing, she revealed that her new album ‘Chemtrails Over the Country Club’ will be released on December 10th or January 7th next year.

“Since the vinyl process is 11 weeks, it could be like January 7th,” she told fans, before explaining that she couldn’t decide whether to include ‘Dealer’, the song she had previously teased cut off my features. ”

“Brother, I can’t decide,” Del Ray said in response to being asked if the song was going to be included on the album. “This is a scream. Now it’s temporarily tracking eight.”

See Del Ray discussing ‘Chemtrails over the Country Club’ with fans below:

At the same time, Lana del Rey shared her thoughts on the pandemic of the corona virus in a new interview with Jack Antonoff, promising the view that society is experiencing “existential panic” as a result of the global health crisis.

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Many artists talked about many topics for a new feature Interview Magazine, Ahead of the release of ‘Chemtrails Over the Country Club’.

During their conversation, Del Ray spoke of her own experience of panic, telling those closest to her, “Sometimes I can understand why I panic.”

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