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Lana Del Rey hosts “Lust For Life” listening party (July 20)

On July 20, Lana Del Rey and Spotify hosted a listening party for “Lust For Life” at The Vacancy in Los Angeles, California.

Some top Spotify listeners in the Los Angeles area got invitations to the event, where they enjoyed listening to Lana’s new album “Lust For Life” before the worldwide release on July 21.

Lana also performed a selection of her new songs live, whilst singing along to some others. She sang “White Mustang,” “Summer Bummer,” “Cherry,” “In My Feelings,” “13 Beaches” and “Lust For Life” She even sang some of an old unreleased hit, “Serial Killer,” as well as “Off to the Races,” “Gods and Monsters” and “Freak.” See the full live stream from her Instagram account here.

She also answered some questions from fans. Lana said her favourite song from the new record is “Heroin,” and on asking if she’d ever done heroin she answered “no comment!”

“The way [Heroin] sounds is how the recorded started off, and then it grew into a bit of a brighter place.”

On the track “Yosemite” which was eventually removed from the album, Lana said “Yosemite needs to find a home. I love that track.” Lana then sang a snippet of the song: “We did it for fun, we did it for free, I did it for you, you did it for me, we did it for the right reasons.”

She also revealed that she has been on a date with a fan before and explained that she “doesn’t really have a type.” She also tries to date in the 27 upwards range in terms of age. Find the video below!

Candids > 2017 > “Lust For Life” listening party at No Vacancy bar in Los Angeles, California, USA (July 20)
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