Lana Del Rey’s new album, “Honeymoon,” was released on Sept. 18, 2015. The album does not feature any artist and all in all is bland. You will notice that the 14 songs on the album consistently have the same rhythm and tone. Although it was number one on iTunes before the Drake and Future mixtape, the album is trite with no dynamic sounds. Lana Del Rey’s voice stays constantly monotone and is somewhat whispery. Although this album is not very distinctive in sound, she still remains one of the most wellknown Indie pop artists.
Del Rey is most known for her songs Young and Beautiful and Summertime Sadness. The most popular song on this album is High by the Beach, which is the only song that gives a different vibe and subject. A personal favorite would be God Knows I Tried, which is a soft song that listeners will know contains personal meaning to the artist by her word choice. Though it is still repetitive, it is also interesting.
Overall, Del Rey’s one hour and five minute album is far from phenomenal compared to some of the other work she has produced. None of the songs on the album seem like they will reach heights as far as public interest. If interested in listening to the album, it can be heard on Spotify and iTunes.
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