Lana Del Rey Announces ‘Honeymoon’ Track List

High By The Beach
Watch Lana blow up a helicopter in new video.

Lana Del Rey’s Honeymoon era is officially in full swing.

After having rested following the taxing ordeal of blowing paparazzi out of the sky in the “High by the Beach” video, Del Rey took to Instagram today (August 20, 2015) to share the official Honeymoon track list and the news that the album will be available for pre-order tomorrow. Behold, the track list for Lana’s fourth album:

1. Honeymoon
2. Music To Watch Boys To
3. Terrence Loves You
4. God Knows I Tried
5. High By The Beach
6. Freak
7. Art Deco
8. Burnt Norton (Interlude)
9. Religion
10. Salvatore
11. The Blackest Day
12. 24
13. Swan Song
14. Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood

Honeymoon’s track list came with a short teaser clip in the vintage style of so many other Lana videos:

Drips and drabs about the album have been dripping and drabbing for some time now. Months ago, Lana shared and that a song from her new album would be titled “Music to Watch Boys To” and that she’d recorded a cover of “Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood,” a song made famous by both The Animals and Nina Simone. (Fun fact: Lana covered another Simone staple, “The Other Woman,” on Ultraviolence.) Earlier this week, Lana was asked to name her favorite Honeymoon track. Her response was “Terrence Loves You” because “it’s jazzy.”

Last week, shortly after premiering the “High by the Beach” video, Lana announced the release date of the album: September 18. The announcement came, once again, via a new image posted to her Instagram. It is still unclear whether the photo she used is the album cover, if the billboard featured in the photo is the album cover, or if neither of those things are true. It seems likely we will find out tomorrow, though.

September 18th.

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In slightly related news, Billboard announced earlier this week that “High by the Beach” debuted at No. 7 on the Hot 100 with sales of 248,000. Fans were elated and then quickly crushed. Billboard quickly issued a statement saying they’d made a calculation error and that “High by the Beach” actually debuted at No. 51 with 67,000 copies sold.

Don’t forget to #PreorderHoneymoon starting tomorrow. And while you’re at it, watch “High by the Beach” again. You know you want to.