The musician was joined by Jack Antonoff for the performance
Lana Del Rey gave a surprise performance at the Apple Event in Brooklyn earlier today (October 30).
The musician appeared at the event, where the tech company unveiled new models of the iPad Pro, MacBook Air and Mac Mini.
Accompanied by Jack Antonoff on piano, who is producing her next album ‘Norman Fucking Rockwell’, Del Rey debuted the song ‘How To Disappear’. Before the performance, she reportedly told the audience: “They told us not to swear, so I can’t tell you the name of the album.”
She also performed recent single ‘Venice Bitch’, which she introduced by saying: “Again, in the name of swearing, I won’t say the name of the second track. I’ll just call it ‘Venice’ for now.” Watch footage of the performance below.
‘Norman Fucking Rockwell’ is expected to be released in 2019. Recently, Del Rey teased another new song from it in the form of ‘Sylvia Plath’. She has also been teasing a collaboration with Machine Gun Kelly, which has divided fans.
Although the star has yet to release details of a full tour in support of the new record, she did recently announce one show in Dublin. Del Rey will perform at Malahide Castle next June – tickets are on sale now.
Meanwhile, a man who stalked the star was sentenced to a year in prison earlier this month. Michael Shawn Hunt, 43, was intercepted by police a block away from Del Rey’s Orlando show in February after they received a tip-off about a potential kidnapping.