While it perhaps won’t have the same impact as previous releases, ‘Chemtrails Over The Country Club’ is an artful evolution of Lana Del Rey’s image and persona.
Never before have Lana Del Rey’s various aesthetics sounded more genuine, and in service of a singular sentiment, than on ‘Norman Fucking Rockwell!’
Lana Del Rey is in a defiant and, dare we say, tentatively happy mood on her fourth album, ‘Lust For Life’.
2015 has been our first year of operation under our new name The Student Playlist, and it’s been a year of steady expansion. There are now five of us, with a view to adding yet more talented, passionate writers in the new year as we continue in our quest to point out the best new music, rediscover old albums, both stone-cold classics and hidden treasures, and cause lively debate with
by Ed Biggs Faded Hollywood glamour, tales of doomed runaways, naivety and shattered dreams… pretty much everything you need to know about Lana Del Rey’s third album Honeymoon is communicated to you by its bleached-out, garish cover art. It comes barely a year after her quite wonderful second effort Ultraviolence, which smoothed over the shortcomings of her 2012 debut Born To Die. Where her first made her seem like a dilettante,