Lana Del Rey unveils 'Burning Desire' video – watch

The video features heavy product placement from Jaguar

Lana Del Rey unveils 'Burning Desire' video – watch

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Lana Del Rey has unveiled the video for her song 'Burning Desire'.

'Burning Desire' is the iTunes only bonus track on last year's 'Paradise Edition' of her debut album, 'Born To Die'. Scroll down to watch the video.

The typically sumptuous promo features heavy product placement from car company Jaguar. Last year, Lana Del Rey became the face of their new sports car, signing a six-figure deal to launch the brand's new F-Type vehicle.

Lana Del Rey recently appeared to confirm that she has worked on the soundtrack for the forthcoming Great Gatsby movie.

The 'Video Games' chanteuse fuelled speculation about her involvement by posting the film's logo to her Facebook page. The image has since been taken down.

Rumours that she had been writing original music for the soundtrack have circulated since an interview last summer, in which she said: "I've been helping compose scores for movies. So, like, there's a movie coming out in the summer that's set in the 1920s and its been fun for me to write love songs for a woman who is the star."

The Great Gatsby is the only major film on this summer's release slate that fits that description. The new version features an all-star cast of Leonardo DiCaprio, Tobey Maguire, Carey Mulligan and Isla Fisher. It is scheduled for release in May.

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