American torch singer releases another somnambulant effort for weary millennials. I am not one. Personally I like Martha Davis of the motels and that chick who sang for Romeo void. I still like Lana, though.
I'm not ashamed to admit that I thoroughly enjoy Lana del Rey's songwriting and dreamy, Old Hollywood persona. Her fourth studio album Lust For Life isn't a significant departure from her previous albums when it comes to instrumentation and song construction, which infuse hip hop beats with soaring string accompaniments. However, lyrically, she takes a dynamic shift from Honeymoon by discussing the identity crisis facing millennials across America in the wake of political disharmony and ultimately leaving listeners with a sense of hope for the future. This in turn is what makes Lust for Life her most impactful and inspiring album to date. If you weren't a fan before, this won't convert you. But, I loved every second of it, especially her collab with rock legend (and one of my personal icons) Stevie Nicks.
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