Lana Del Rey’s new album Chemtrails Over the Country Club has been promised since 2019, and today, she’s shared the album’s tracklist and artwork. Chemtrails includes the already released “Let Me Love You Like a Woman,” the previously teased song “Tulsa Jesus Freak,” and the title track that’s scheduled to arrive tomorrow. The album ends with “For Free,” which may be the Joni Mitchell song she’s previously covered. Check out the tracklist and album artwork below.
Lana wrote about the album artwork in an Instagram comment (viewed by Pitchfork), which also appears to reference the social media outcry over an Instagram post last year.
I also want to say that with everything going on this year! And no this was not intended-these are my best friends, since you are asking today. And damn! As it happens when it comes to my amazing friends and this cover yes there are people of color on this records picture and that’s all I’ll say about that but thank you.
My beautiful friend Valerie from Del Rio Mexico, my dearest friend Alex and my gorgeous friend Dakota Rain as well as my sweetheart Tatiana. these are my friends this is my life. We are all a beautiful mix of everything- some more than others which is visible and celebrated in everything I do. In 11 years working I have always been extremely inclusive without even trying to. My best friends are rappers my boyfriends have been rappers. My dearest friends have been from all over the place, so before you make comments again about a WOC/POC issue, I’m not the one storming the capital, I’m literally changing the world by putting my life and thoughts and love out there on the table 24 seven. Respect it.
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Chemtrails Over the Country Club:
01 White Dress
02 Chemtrails Over the Country Club
03 Tulsa Jesus Freak
04 Let Me Love You Like a Woman
05 Wild at Heart
06 Dark But Just a Game
07 Not All Who Wander Are Lost
09 Breaking Up Slowly
10 Dance Till We Die
11 For Free
This article was originally published on Sunday, January 10 at 5:45 p.m. Eastern. It was last updated on Tuesday, January 12 at 1:16 p.m. Eastern.
Originally Appeared on Pitchfork