Listen: Lana Del Rey: “Meet Me In The Pale Moonlight”

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Eat it up, people! Lana Del Rey’s newest single “Meet Me In The Pale Moonlight” leaked yesterday, and it’s got that same ‘ole Lana sound. We’re not entirely sure if this track will be a part of her sophomore album Ultraviolence, due to drop later this year, but it’s a bit more disco with some retro rhythm guitar – less kick drum than usual – but just as many strings as a typical Lana song would have.

It’s good to see an artist keep a similar sound with their music, but to me, she just seems to do the same things with all her songs: angelic, roomy vocals, a huge symphony behind her, and kick drums to the max. I don’t have a problem with that – it’s a refreshing change of pace from what’s normally in my headphones – but it’s not something that I would play on repeat. I’d get lost with which song was which. Either way, there’s no doubt that she has taken over the music scene these last couple of years with her signature, retro sound. Take a quick listen to “Meet Me In The Pale Moonlight” down below.


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