Last September, Lana Del Rey revealed plans for a new studio album titled Norman F*cking Rockwell. The LP was announced alongside the unveiling of a video for its lead single, “Venice B!tch,” and has since spawned a sophomore single, “Sylvia Plath.” Now, the acclaimed singer is back with a third, Jack Antonoff-produced Norman F*cking Rockwell track known as “hope is a dangerous thing for a woman like me to have – but i have it.”
“I had fifteen-year dances / Church basement romances, yeah, I’ve cried / Spilling my guts with the Bowery Bums,” Lana Del Rey sings. “Is the only love I’ve ever known / Except for the stage, which I also call home, when I’m not.”
You can stream Lana Del Rey’s “hope is a dangerous thing for a woman like me to have — but i have it” above, and expect Norman F*cking Rockwell to see release later this year. Lana Del Rey also plans to drop her own poetry book, Violet Bent Backwards Over the Grass, in the near future.
For more, check out a preview of “How to Disappear,” another new track from Lana Del Rey’s forthcoming album.