Lana Del Rey pulls two further performances due to illness

The singer was also due to play BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge today (September 16)

Lana Del Rey has pulled out of two further performances due to illness.

Yesterday, BBC Radio 1 announced that the singer was cancelling her scheduled appearance in the Live Lounge, and she has now pulled out of two private concerts for Virgin Radio listeners in Paris.

A statement from the singer’s label Polydor/Universal reads: “For medical reasons independent of our will, the artist has been forced to cancel all promotional activities planned in Europe over the coming days.”

The singer is due to appear at the Music Midtown festival in Atlanta later this week, but it is still to be confirmed whether she will be able to attend.

Yesterday, Royal Blood covered Lana Del Rey‘s ‘West Coast’ for a German radio station. The duo performed their take on the ‘Ultraviolence’ single during an appearance on 3FM – listen to the track below.

‘Ultraviolence’ is Lana Del Rey’s second album and the follow-up to her 2012 debut ‘Born To Die’. It was released in June and went straight to Number One in the UK. Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys produced a number of tracks including lead single ‘West Coast’.