Watch Lana Del Rey and Father John Misty share a passionate embrace in new ‘Freak’ video

Song is lifted from Del Rey's 2015 album 'Honeymoon'

Lana Del Rey has unveiled the music video for her track ‘Freak’, featuring Father John Misty.

‘Freak’ is the latest single from Del Rey’s 2015 album ‘Honeymoon’. Its drug-fuelled video, which you can watch below, shows Del Rey and Misty share a passionate embrace, with the latter cast as some sort of cult leader. The clip then transitions into Claude Debussy’s ‘Clair de Lune’.

Father John Misty toured with Del Rey in 2014, supporting her on a number of US tour dates.

Del Rey has long expressed her admiration for the musician (real name J. Tillman). She told in a 2013 interview: “I don’t listen to that much new music, but I actually really love Father John Misty, who kind of reminded me of my roots.”

She also told The Current in November last year: “I’m [Father John Misty’s] number one fan. His songs really bring me back to why I started writing in the first place. None of the fancy stuff, it’s just the story in each one of his songs. I feel like he has all of his insecurities and all of his hopes flow so seamlessly throughout each song. And his voice is amazing. I’ve seen him live a few times. We went on tour together for a minute”.

Watch the ‘Freak’ video beneath.

The past few months have seen Del Rey make news for a series of incidents involving obsessive fans and their attempts to get close to her.

Last month (January) a man was sentenced to nearly three months in prison after breaking into her home in 2015. Zachary Self faces 84 days in jail after pleading no contest to stalking. Self was discovered by construction workers in Del Rey’s Malibu home in November 2015.

He fled the property but was tracked down by police after he left a court citation for a separate burglary behind.

That burglary took place in Kansas and when police looked Self up using the name on the citation, they discovered pictures he had posted on social media of himself on the balcony at the pop star’s home.

Self’s prison sentence is the latest in a list of troubling encounters Del Rey has had to endure with fans in recent months. Last week she obtained a restraining order against two Russian fans she claims had threatened her and screamed at her in public.

Del Rey moved house to avoid the fans but that her new home was soon discovered and the women “resumed sleeping outside her house and screaming her name in the middle of the night.” She subsequently hired a full-time bodyguard for protection.

Meanwhile, in December last year a man was arrested after allegedly stealing two of her cars.