The ‘Love’ singer has taken to social media to announce that she is going to embark on a world tour in support of ‘Lust for Life’ later this year.
Lana Del Rey’s latest album “Lust for Life” debuted at No. 1 on Billboard 200 chart a few weeks ago. To celebrate the success, the dream pop songstress has shared a video on her Instagram account to announce that she’s currently planning a world tour in support of the effort.
The sepia-toned clip finds the “Born to Die” hitmaker gushing over the upcoming tour. “I just wanted to let you guys know that we are planning a world tour. So excited. Can’t wait to tell you more,” she says. Unfortunately, the singer hasn’t shared the dates or revealed other details regarding the trek yet.
In the meantime, fans can expect to see Lana’s live performance at some music festivals. “Hope that we see you in San Fransisco on the 5th,” she adds. “Or at the Santa Barbara Bowl on the 8th, it’s one of the most amazing venues out there.” She is also slated to take the stage at New York City’s Terminal 5 shows on October 23 and 24, as well as at Los Angeles’ Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival on October 28.
Lana further shares in the clip that a music video for her single “White Mustang” is coming really soon. “WORLD TOUR ANNOUNCEMENT,” so she captions the clip, which was taken in Spain before the Barcelona attacks.
“Lust for Life” is Lana’s second chart-topping album, following “Ultraviolence”. It’s notably different from her previous records, as she tries to show her political stance on the album. “On the last records I needed to look inward to figure out why things had gone so far down one path, and then I kind of came to the end of my self-examination and I naturally was looking at everything else,” she previously said of “Lust for Life”. “But, of course, all my experiences and romantic relationships and stuff are still peppered in to some of the songs on this record.”
“Also, with Obama as the president, me and everybody I know, I think we felt very safe and protected, felt like we were being viewed the way we wanted to be viewed, in terms of the world,” she explained. “So there wasn’t as much to say except, like, look how far we’ve come and it’s getting better, getting even better. I feel like there was quite a shift.”