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The slow-tempo ballad is featured on the Canadian singer's 'Beauty Behind the Madness' album that's due out on August 28.
Fans who pre-order 'Honeymoon' starting on Friday, August 21 will receive free download of the piano-driven ballad, which the New York native has said is her favorite cut from the album.
The singer posts an Instagram picture of a billboard featuring herself and simply writes in the caption, 'September 18th.'
Getting tired of a paparazzo who tries to take pictures of her from a helicopter, the singer brings out her big gun and explodes the chopper.
The singer shares the track as a second preview of her 'Honeymoon' album that's scheduled to come out later this year.
Set to arrive on August 10, the song is the second preview of Del Rey's 'Honeymoon' album which is scheduled for release this fall.
The album, set to be released on August 28, will feature 14 songs including 'Dark Times' featuring Sheeran, 'Prisoners' with Del Rey and the 'Fifty Shades of Grey' song 'Earned It'.
The song comes as the first offering off the singer's upcoming album of the same name which is due out sometime this year.
While she continues working hard on her 'Honeymoon' album, the singer shares another sneak-peek of the title track and its music video.
The singer shares via a new Instagram account a snippet of the slow-tempo track and a portion of its accompanying music video.
Jake Mast who will apparently star in the song's music video shares photos of him with the singer on the filming set, and says in the caption the clip will come out 'verry soon this month.'
The 'Summertime Sadness' crooner announces at a concert during her tour when she will release her new music.
The singer also performed an unreleased song called 'Serial Killer' which previously leaked in 2012 during the show at The Woodlands in Texas on Thursday night, May 7.
The singer shares the trailer, which features a snippet of her new dark song, and says she's honored to be a part of the 'magical movie' starring Blake Lively.
Florence and the Machine, Deadmau5, Charli XCX, Weird Al Yankovic, and Noel Gallagher's High Flying Bird are also set to rock the New York City festival in June.