The 'Blue Jeans' singer hits the beach with her young companion and chills in the backseat with her older lover in the music video.
Lana Del Rey premieres a black-and-white music video for her new single "West Coast". The "Summertime Sadness" crooner is seen frolicking on the beach with some male pals of her age during the day and cruising around the town with an older lover during the night.
The dark whispery song is taken off Del Rey's next studio installment "Ultraviolence". It peaked at No. 17 on Billboard Hot 100. In its music video, Bradley Soileau, her on-screen lover in "Born to Die" and "Blue Jeans" videos, plays one of her beach companions.
A follow-up to 2012's "Born to Die", the new album is expected to make its way out later this year. "It is absolutely gorgeous - darker than the first - so it's almost unlistenable and wrong," she reveals what to expect from the upcoming record.
Lana Del Rey's "West Coast" music video