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The same day Lana Del Rey released her last album, Norman Fucking Rockwell, in August 2019, she was already talking about her next record. At the time, Lana stated her next album - due in 2020 - would be called White Hot Forever. More recently, in May 2020, Lana stated that the album is now called Chemtrails Over The Country Club. She added that it is due out on September 5th, although as that’s a Saturday, we suspect it may actually come out on September 4th.

We don’t know much else just yet. It seems that the song “White Hot Forever” will still be on the album. Lana has also mentioned a song called “Tulsa Jesus Freak,” which she previewed in early August 2020.

“Hey, so I don’t wanna beat a dead horse and I don’t wanna go on and on about this post,” Del Rey begins before beating a dead horse and going on and on about the post. “I just think it’s sad that the women I mentioned, whether they sing about getting money or whatever, the same stuff that I’ve been singing about, chronicling for 13 years,” she says. “That’s why I’m in that echelon. Yes, they are my friends and peers and contemporaries. The difference is when I get on the pole people call me a whore, but when twigs gets on the pole it’s art. ” Del Rey mentions Williamson’s name in regard to the concept of reparations. She concludes, “So God bless and yeah, fuck off if you don’t like the post.” There’s a lot to take in, but here’s the full text:
Hey, so I don’t wanna beat a dead horse and I don’t wanna go on and on about this post, but I just wanna remind you that in that post, the one and only personal declaration I’ve ever made — thanks for being so warm and welcoming — was about the need for fragility in the feminist movement. It’s gonna be important.

The same day Lana Del Rey released her last album, Norman Fucking Rockwell, in August 2019, she was already talking about her next record. At the time, Lana stated her next album - due in 2020 - would be called White Hot Forever. More recently, in May 2020, Lana stated that the album is now called Chemtrails Over The Country Club. She added that it is due out on September 5th, although as that’s a Saturday, we suspect it may actually come out on September 4th.

We don’t know much else just yet. It seems that the song “White Hot Forever” will still be on the album. Lana has also mentioned a song called “Tulsa Jesus Freak,” which she previewed in early August 2020.

So I just want to say, nobody gets to tell your story except for you. And if that means it’s kinda messy like this along the way, ‘cause unfortunately when you have a good heart it doesn’t always shine through. And you trudge on anyway. You make those personal reparations to heal your own family karmic lineage and the sickness of this country — domestic abuse, mental health problems is the second epidemic that’s arising out of this pandemic. It’s a real thing. That’s what I was talking about. So, as ever I’m grateful that my muse is still here and that I have, over the last three years, been blessed to have the insight and ability to channel two books’ worth of beautiful poems. And I think my new record Chemtrails Over The Country Club is special as well.

And I’m sorry that a couple of the girls I talked to who are mentioned in that post have a super different opinion of my insight, especially because we’ve been so close for so long, but it really, again, makes you reach into the depth of your own heart and say, “Am I good-intentioned?” And of course for me the answer is always yes. I barely ever share a thing, and this is why. And the reason why I’m making this post — and I know it seems a bit much, right? — but there are women out there like me who have so much to give and don’t quite get to the place spiritually or karmically where they’re supposed to be because there are other women who hate them and try and take them down. Whether in my case it’s certain alternative singers or mal-intented journalists or men who hate women. But I’m not the enemy, and I’m definitely not racist, so don’t get it twisted. Nobody gets to tell your story except for you. And that’s what I’m gonna do in the next couple books. So God bless and yeah, fuck off if you don’t like the post.