The grainy video features the singer walking through the woods while donning a white wedding gown and clutching a white bouquet.
Shortly after being teased with a preview, the music video of Lana Del Rey's "Ultaviolence" arrived in its entirety on Wednesday, July 30. The clip is simple, featuring the singer walking through the woods while donning a white wedding gown completed with a white veil and clutching a white bouquet.
It's soon revealed that the the grainy video is shot by Del Rey's love interest. His face doesn't appear in the clip, but his hand reaches out to touch the bride in some scenes. The last seconds of the visuals sees the cameraman approaching the star who's kneeling at the altar.
"Ultraviolence" was released earlier this year as the promo single (and the title track) from Del Rey's most recent album. The LP, coming as the follow-up to 2012's "Born to Die", peaked at No. 1 on Billboard 200 following its release in June.
Lana Del Rey's "Ultraviolence" music video