Lana Del Rey To Release A ‘Born To Die’ Paradise Edition

Published On July 25, 2012 | Celebrities, Music News

Lana Del Rey’s debut album ‘Born To Die’ debuted at No.2 on the Billboard 200 album chart selling 77,000 copies according to Nielsen SoundScan and during an interview with NovaFM, she revealed that ‘Born o Die’ will be re-released with seven new tracks.

“It’s gonna happen. It’s not a new album, it’s more like an afterthought,” she said elegantly. “It’s ‘The Paradise Edition’ of ‘Born to Die.’ It’s like seven new songs that kind of put a period on the statement I was making when I was making the record … just a final thought on that … it’s beautiful.”

LDR also noted that over the last few months, she has been “really slowly” working on new songs and she added that she has been doing “quiet work on movies.”

“It’s the only thing I actually wanted to do. I always wanted to score films,” she told the Herald Sun. “Some of the most brilliant people have reached out to me to score their movies. That’s the world I live in. I was never very good all the way up front, but behind the scenes I always did a good job because I always knew what to do, I knew how to match the visuals with the music. That is something I feel excited about, hopefully that will become where things go in the future.”

Lana Del Rey is currently touring in Australia and her sold out tour will come to a close with a performance at Splendour in the Grass on Saturday (July 28th). The ‘Born To Die’ ‘Paradise Edition’ is set for release in November.

Photo Credit: Vogue.

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