Lana Del Rey – Chemtrails Over The Country Club


Lana Del Rey has released her sixth studio album, titled “Chemtrails Over The Country Club”. Two years after “Norman Fucking Rockwell!”, pop music’s most glamorous headline maker returns with a follow-up, but the low-key vibe of the new album is languid compared to its predecessor. The tempos are slow and the arrangements are sparse, with only guitar or keyboard accompanying the long passages. Jack Antonoff, producer of Del Rey’s previous LP, was responsible for most of the production again, but his touch isn’t much apparent on the new record. For “Chemtrails Over The Country Club”, Lana Del Rey has written songs which are mostly about exiting the spotlight to find a simpler and quieter place away from the media circus. The album opens with the autobiographical “White Dress” in which she reminisces about the time before all the fame. The title track has the best melody along with “Wild At Heart”, but unfortunately the same level cannot be found across the record’s eleven songs. The album closes with the Joni Mitchell cover “For Free” featuring Zella Day and Weyes Blood. For more info go to

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