American singer, and poet, Lana Del Rey has dropped the audiobook version of her new poetry collection ‘Violet Bent Backwards Over the Grass‘. – Listen to the sample track “LA Who Am I To Love You” below.
The audiobook of “Violet Bent Backwards Over the Grass’ features 14 poems read by Del Rey, with music performed by her frequent collaborator Jack Antonoff. She announced Violet Bent Backwards Over the Grass in last December.
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The hardcover and book variations will come out September 29, with CDs and LPs arriving just a few days in a while on October 2. It’s the first of two new poetry projects that Del Rey has shared plans for this year. the other, titled behind the iron gates – insights from an institution, doesn’t yet have a confirmed launch date. Del Rey shared a range titled “patent leather-based do-over” from that collection in May.
Violet Bent Backwards Over the Grass is “the title poem of the book and the first poem I wrote of many,” explains Del Rey.
“Some of which came to me in their entirety, which I dictated and then typed out, and some that I worked laboriously picking apart each word to make the perfect poem,” she continues. “They are eclectic and honest and not trying to be anything other than what they are and for that reason, I’m proud of them, especially because the spirit in which they were written was very authentic.”
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Lana Del Rey New Poetry ‘Violet Bent Backwards Over the Grass’
The audiobook is available at Del Rey’s official Website. Check out the cut “LA Who Am I To Love You” below.
Del Rey also has a new album slated for September 5, which she revealed in a prolonged Instagram post on May 21. As she wrote in regards to the perception that she “glamorizes abuse,” her comments about artists together with Doja Cat, Nicki Minaj, and Cardi B drew criticism on social media.
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She clarified her feedback with one other Instagram post on May 23, saying that she had wanted to deal with “the importance of self-advocacy for the extra delicate and often dismissed, softer female personality.”