Lana Del Rey shares behind-the-scenes clips from her ‘Lust For Life’ sessions

She says she's posting the footage "in case I lose my phone again".

Lana Del Rey has shared a series of behind-the-scenes videos from her ‘Lust For Life’ recording sessions.

The singer-songwriter told fans she was posting the videos online “in case I lose my phone again”.

Posting this record’s writing sessions Incase I lose my phone again

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Among the clips is footage of Del Rey recording the vocals for her song ‘Beautiful People, Beautiful Problems’. She told fans she had sung through a sheet of thin white paper in order “to give it a muted quality”.

She also posted footage of her writing the demo for her song ‘Change’.

Part 4 writing demo for ‘change’

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Lana Del Rey released her latest album ‘Lust For Life’ in July.

In November she revealed that she had a “Harvey Weinstein type of character” in mind when she wrote her song ‘Cola’. She also said she won’t be performing the song live again following the wide-ranging sexual misconduct claims levelled at the shamed Hollywood mogul.

NME also recently caught up with Del Rey’s spirit guide and good friend, Medium Fleur.

“We just clicked,” said Fleur of their relationship. “We’re good friends now. If you go see a medium, you have to feel like that person clicks with you. I might not be everybody’s medium, but there has to be some sort of connection. I have to vibe with that person. Lana is an incredibly spiritual person herself. I think she’s a wonderful person and I’m glad she found me however strange of a way that she did.”

She added: “It’s definitely helpful to have the support of someone who’s so well respected by so many people. She is a tremendous advocate for mediumship and has been really helpful for me in terms of introducing me to people who wanted to help my career. That went far beyond me doing a reading for her; it turned into much more of a friendship and I’m very grateful for that.”