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18.Dec

The coolest girl in the world.” – Sunday Times Style

“Lana Del Rey’s hypnotic ballad Video Games rips the heart out of everyone who comes across it’.” Dazed & Confused

“Video Games, a wry, wounded tale about being ignored by one’s beloved, has captured the imagination in a way that most debutant artists only dream about.” The Times Saturday Review

“Video Games is a thing of exquisitely hazy eroticism.”  The Observer New Review 

“Video Games delivers a haunting “Hollywood sadcore” ballad.”  The Guardian

“Video Games – languorous, sinister and cathartic – nails that awful feeling of being ignored by the person you love.” – The Observer

Sinister, beautiful and utterly compelling, it is, in all honesty, one of the best things we’ve heard in a long time.”  Grazia

“Video Games opens with a nuclear explosion that might well be her heart.” GQ Style

“Lana Del Rey’s Blue Jeans is also a top single.”  The Sun

“The buzz around is so noisy she’s had to postpone her first London show to move it to the biggest Scala.” Evening Standard

“She’s got Jagger’s lips, Nancy Sinatra’s hips….and one of the songs of 2011.” – NME

“Smoke-voiced song-writer Lizzy Grant has whipped out another belter for the B-side, a street-tuff Mazzy Star wallow in strings and samples, lust and lost.” NME

“Lana Del Rey is the latest, and the fastest yet, internet sensation.” Independent

“[Video Games]..might well be the best song of the year.”  The Independent

“The music name that everyone’s talking about.” – Vogue.com

“She’s the hottest musician of the moment.” Grazia

“Hauntingly beautiful, this American export could just be the next big thing.” Mix Mag

Video Games is a brilliant, beautifully-executed pop song, a proper shivery, proper classic.” – Drowned In Sound

“Song of the year.” – Vogue.com

“[Video Games] is an old-glamour doom-pop ballad that unashamedly lays its feelings on the line.” – Digital Spy

“2012’s most striking new singer.”  GQ

“It’s one of those niggling tunes that lodges in your head, both because of its simplicity and a more complex, displaced sense of nostalgia, full of odd contrasts.”  Wonderland

“Such is the genius of her first offering, Video Games, in which she reveals an artfully morose song, and also a video filled with an evocation of Hollywood that’s part 1951, part now.”  The Guardian

“Lana Del Rey is a captivating creature. Breathtakingly beautiful, yet delicately fragile, something mysterious lurks behind her deep blue eyes.”  i-D

“I found in her all the usual markers of someone who cared about making things, who was interested in the world, who was determined to create a record she was proud to have her name to.” – Notion

“She’s a wonderful combination of Jessica Rabbit and Nancy Sinatra, with a rare grace, class and presence.” The Sun

“Lana is on a winner. She will be huge.” The Sun

“With stiff waves in her hair, she sang like someone who had just woken up over the dreamy synths of Born to Die and Twin Peaks guitar of Blue Jeans.” Evening Standard

“Lana Del Rey could yet be as special as she looks.” Evening Standard

“Lana Del Rey’s numb noir packs a sinister punch.” The Guardian

“Lana Del Rey may become the most recognisable stage name since fellow New Yorker Lady Gaga… there’s something real and rather special here.” The Guardian

“Deviating from the prevailing bruised and introspective themes, Del Rey finished with the more traditional poppy ‘Off to the Races’.. she left us wanting more.” The Independent