Lana Del Rey revisits a Leonard Cohen classic as the modern melancholy crooner performs a bare rendition of “Chelsea Hotel No 2.” The song, originally written in 1974, reflects solemnly about a lost, restless romance in the flux of beat generation-era New York. Del Rey adds her recognizable fragility to the song, stripping down the already acoustic song to a minimal lullaby. Alongside the cover, Del Rey also presents a music video for the song, which contains vintage-looking shots of the singer.
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