Lana Del Rey Releases Dreamy Video For ‘Chemtrails Over The Country Club’ 

Lana Del Rey Releases Dreamy Video For ‘Chemtrails Over The Country Club’ 

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Lana Del Rey Releases Dreamy Video For ‘Chemtrails Over The Country Club’ 

Take a look at the singer’s 50s-inspired music video.

Take a look at the singer’s 50s-inspired music video.

Text: Luana Harumi

It's a good start of the week for Lana Del Rey stans: the singer has dropped the music video for her new single “Chemtrails Over The Country Club,” from her upcoming album by the same name, which is coming out on March 19.

On the colorful 1950s-inspired video, we see Del Rey driving around a bright red convertible while wearing a not-so-Covid-appropriate face mask, along with summertime scenes from a country club where kids take a dive in the pool while the adults have fun playing cards – all before the dream-like vibe gives way to scenes that seem to have come straight from vintage horror movies with fire, wolves, tornadoes and vampire fangs. 

The video also includes a scene of Del Rey laughing with girlfriends that resembles the shot used on the controversial album cover, which sparked backlash regarding the apparent lack of diversity after the singer shared the artwork on Sunday. “These are my friends this is my life,” she wrote in response on her Instagram. “We are all a beautiful mix of everything - some more than others which is visible and celebrated in everything I do.” 

She wrote that her “dearest friends have been from all over the place” and told fans to listen to her before making “comments again about a WOC/POC issue”; she also addressed the storming of the Capitol. “I’m literally changing the world by putting my life and thoughts and love out there on the table 24 seven,” Del Rey said on the post. 

“Chemtrails Over The Country Club” is Lana Del Rey’s seventh studio album, following her 2019 record “Norman Fucking Rockwell!” Check out the video directed by BRTHR below:

Credits: Cover photo via YouTube/Lana Del Rey.

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