Lana Del Rey has sex on pinball machine in new video 'Ride' – watch

Singer also hops on a motorbike in epic 10-minute clip

Lana Del Rey has sex on pinball machine in new video 'Ride' – watch

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Lana Del Rey has unveiled the video for her new single 'Ride' – scroll down to the bottom of the page and click to watch.

The 'Video Games' songstress is shown getting frisky on a pinball machine in the epic 10-minute clip, which also sees her brandishing a gun and hopping on a motorbike with a gang of Hells Angels as it tells the story of her relationship with a leather-clad biker.

The track is included on the singer's forthcoming 'Born To Die – The Paradise Edition' album, which is released on November 12.

The new record will include her cover of 'Blue Velvet', as well as the songs 'Body Electric', 'Gods & Monsters' and 'Yayo'. The first half of the record is credited to Rubin, Dan Heath, Justin Parker, Emile Hayne and Rick Nowels, and the second to Lana Del Rey. It is thought that second half of the release is made up of Del Rey's own video clips - click below to listen to a montage of all the new tracks featured on the special release of her debut album.


Lana Del Rey initially recorded her cover of 'Blue Velvet' for a commercial for clothing company H&M. The 'Video Games' songstress became the new face of the fashion brand's 'LA noir' collection in July of this year and appears in a television advertisement singing the song, which has become heavily associated with cult filmmaker David Lynch's 1986 movie of the same name.

The tracklisting for 'Born To Die – The Paradise Edition' is listed as:

'Ride'
'Pussy'
'American'
'Gods & Monsters'
'Body Electric'
'Blue Velvet'
'Bel Air'
'Yayo'
'Paradise'
'Tropico'
'Super Cannes'
'Surf Noir'
'Dope Cinema'
'Nasty'





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