Lana Del Rey‘s Honeymoon is set to drop after months of waiting Friday, but before the album drops in full, we get a final sound from the LP, “Salvatore.” The new single follows “High by the Beach,” “Terrence Loves You,” the title track and “Music To Watch Boys To,” but it carries the same dark tones the previous sounds from the album has. It seems Honeymoon will consist mostly of the dragged out sounds Ultraviolence focused on while she continues her struggle with love. “Salvatore” is different in the aspect where it seems like it’s straight out of a foreign movie from the 1950s, but after videos and songs like “National Anthem,” it doesn’t seem too out of place.
Lana joined BBC Radio to discuss the track, where she said it is weirdest track from the album. She described the song as having an “old-school Italian feel” and “filmic,” which is pretty accurate. A lot of her music has sounded like it could lay in the background to the tender moments of an older Bond film, so “Salvatore” isn’t as out of place as she makes it seem.
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