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2021 looks to be a good year for music enthusiasts worldwide. Fans of music icon Lana Del Rey, especially, have a lot to celebrate and look forward to as the artist embarks on a fulfilling, creative process – launched with the chart-topping album “Chemtrails Over The Country Club” dropped last March 19.
The album follows Lana’s sixth studio album released in 2019 and, according to the artist’s exciting social media posts on April 28, 2021, will be joined by an upcoming piece, “Blue Banisters,” on July 4.
With this announcement, it seems that avid listeners, still reeling and immersed in the unique sounds of “Chemtrails over the Country Club,” won’t be able to catch a break. Not that they expected anything less from the powerhouse singer-songwriter.
Since the 2010 launch of her self-titled debut studio album, Lana Del Rey has been recognized as a veritable force in the music industry. With 13 different tracks exploring interesting themes reminiscent of classic pop culture, “Lana Del Rey” was the artist’s official dive into show business as a writer and a vocalist.
In 2011, she upped her game and captivated the world with her hit single “Video Games.” The song gathered a loyal following for Lana and helped her release her subsequent albums to a ready crowd. Lana Del Rey has since dropped the albums “Born to Die,” “Ultraviolence,” “Honeymoon,” and “Lust for Life,” among others.
The well-received albums have birthed countless chart-topping tracks and exposed the singer’s range of musical influences. From pop, jazz, rock, folk, and blues to contemporary music, Lana draws a rich sound from icons of her generation and beyond – effectively wowing the millions of monthly listeners who seek her voice on music streaming platforms.
On Spotify alone, the artist records a whopping 20 million listeners each month with her latest album, “Chemtrails Over The Country Club,” responsible for the number’s unstoppable rise. Featuring eleven tracks and collaborations with Nikki Lane, and Zella Day, and Weyes Blood, “Chemtrails Over The Country Club” has held Lana’s fans entranced and moved.
Due to its popularity, the album peaked at number 2 on the Billboard 200 chart. Following the clamor and excitement of her following, Lana Del Rey teased the release of “Rock Candy Sweet” the day after she dropped “Chemtrails Over The Country Club.” The record is slated for release on June 1 and will open for the subsequent July 4 album “Blue Banisters.”
Although there is a little confusion about whether “Rock Candy Sweet” is a single, a new album, or the original working title for “Blue Banisters,” the enthusiasm is no less dimmed, and earphones remain close by for the artist’s upcoming album release.
As Lana prepares for “Blue Banisters” and the months before July creep past, fans continue to stream “Chemtrails Over The Country Club” and Lana Del Rey’s 2020 spoken word album “Violet Bent Backwards Over the Grass.”
Learn more about the versatile artist Lana Del Rey. Listen to her music albums and spoken poetry pieces on Spotify. To stay updated on the release of “Blue Banisters,” follow Lana on Twitter, Instagram, or her official website.