Singer released her new album 'Honeymoon' last week
Lana Del Rey has reportedly been fielding calls from fans from a hotline shown on the cover art of her new album ‘Honeymoon’.
‘Honeymoon’ was released last week (September 18). The artwork shows the singer in a car that displays the phone number 1-800-268-7886.
Fans were recently alerted that Del Rey may be answering calls from the number when she posted an Instagram message that read, “Call me. I’m home alone x”.
Several fans have claimed to have successfully got through to Del Rey. Watch one fan call the singer in the clip below.
Having released her new album last week, Lana Del Rey performed three tracks from it in a live session for BBC Radio 1 and Huw Stephen on Tuesday night (September 22).
Del Rey performed her album cuts ‘Honeymoon’, ‘High By The Beach’ and ‘Terrence Loves You’. Listen to all those renditions here.
Earlier this month, NME readers voted for Lana Del Rey as their preferred author of the new Bond theme, ahead of Sam Smith, who has been chosen to record the track.
The ‘Honeymoon’ tracklisting is as follows:
‘Music To Watch Boys To’
‘Terrence Loves You’
‘God Knows I Tried’
‘High by the Beach’
‘Burnt Norton’ (Interlude)
‘The Blackest Day’
’24 Swan Song’
‘Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood’