Lana Del Rey streams medley of unreleased 'Ultraviolence' tracks - listen

The US singer-songwriter puts out her second album on June 16

Lana Del Rey is streaming a medley of previously unreleased 'Ultraviolence' tracks.

Click above to watch a newly released three minute long video which features snippets of 'Fucked My Way Up To The Top', 'Money Power Glory', 'Pretty When You Cry', 'Sad Girl', 'Cruel World' and 'The Other Woman'. Del Rey has previously released second album songs 'Brooklyn Baby', 'West Coast' and 'Shades of Cool'. Ultraviolence' is released in the UK on June 16.

Meanwhile, the singer recently made comments, saying feminism is "not an interesting concept". The comments came in an interview with The Fader, in which she discusses her new album. Asked about the way she portrays women in relationships in her music, Del Rey said: "For me, the issue of feminism is just not an interesting concept. I’m more interested in, you know, SpaceX and Tesla, what’s going to happen with our intergalactic possibilities. Whenever people bring up feminism, I’m like, god. I’m just not really that interested… My idea of a true feminist is a woman who feels free enough to do whatever she wants."

The 'Ultraviolence' tracklisting is:

'Cruel World'
'Ultraviolence'
'Shades Of Cool'
'Brooklyn Baby'
'West Coast'
'Sad Girl'
'Pretty When You Cry'
'Money Power Glory'
'Fucked My Way Up To The Top'
'Old Money'
'The Other Woman'
'Black Beauty' (Bonus track)
'Guns And Roses' (Bonus track)
'Florida Kilos' (Bonus track)



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