9 Jan

Lana Del Rey Releases New Timeless Song Inspired by Sylvia Plath

Being one of the biggest female pop stars in the music industry without releasing typical pop music? That’s the case with American singer Lana Del Rey, who stuns music fans all over the world with her melancholic pop songs. Singles like “Video Games”, “Lust For Life”, “Young and Beautiful” were global successes and demonstrated her undeniable talent. A sixth album is on its way with the new single “hope is a dangerous thing for a woman like me to have – but I have it” as the newest foretaste.

2018 was a busy year for Del Rey. Touring the world, headlining festivals, working on a poetry book and — of course — working on new music. In September of 2018, the world famous singer announced that she had been working on a new album together with the acclaimed producer Jack Antonoff, who worked with P!nk, Taylor Swift and Lorde in the past. Her two songs “Mariners Appartement Complex” and “Venice Bitch” were the first two songs of this collaboration, but we had to wait for the follow up single until now. Inspired by her favorite novelist Sylvia Plath, she finally released a new single.

“hope is a dangerous thing for a women like me to have – but I have it”

Not only the title of Lana Del Rey’s newest release is long, also the single itself is with over five minutes quite long. Not that it’s bad, because it gives us the chance to dive even deeper into the beauty of her new single. In “hope is a dangerous thing for a woman like me to have – but I have it” Lana tells a very personal story without holding any hard feelings back.

With only a piano accompanying her, Lana digs deep with her story where she is talking about how she feels about being a woman. The melancholic vibe of the song is once more magnificent and keeps us interested. No other artist has the capacity of captivating with her music as much as Lana does. “hope is a dangerous thing for a woman like me to have – but I have it” is once more a poetic song, where Del Rey shows how timeless her music is. Incredible.



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