Lana Del Rey Reveals Album Art for 'Lust for Life'

Lana Del Rey Reveals Album Art for 'Lust for Life'

The new visuals incorporate elements of the singer's past and future.

The new visuals incorporate elements of the singer's past and future.

Text: William Defebaugh

Lana Del Rey has released the artwork for her upcoming album, Lust for Life. The release comes shortly after the album's trailer, which gave the first real insight into what we can expect from the record.

The visual sees the return of some classic Lana elements, and the introduction of others. First of all, the font is the same that she used on the artwork for her first single "Video Games"—the song that skyrocketed her to fame in 2011. Judging by the flowers in her hair (also reminiscent of the singer's Born to Die days) and the pickup truck behind her, the cover was likely shot with the video for the new album's first single, "Love." What the video and single show that was previously unseen in Del Rey's work is her smiling and looking hopeful.

Given what we know the album is about so far, this melding of the past and future feels right at home with the singer's present state of mind—for weeks after Del Rey released "Love," her Instagram bio read: "You know where I've been, now let me show you where we're headed."

An exact release date is yet to be confirmed, but the singer has said that it's "coming soon." View the artwork and trailer for Lust for Life below.

Lust for Life Album cover

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