Lana Del Rey Is Fatal Seductress in 'White Mustang' Music Video


Lana Del Rey Is Fatal Seductress in 'White Mustang' Music Video


The 'Video Games' songstress ponders her short summer fling in the futuristic clip for the 'Lust for Life' track.
Lana Del Rey has dropped a music video for another track of her latest album "Lust for Life". The visual treatment for "White Mustang" opens with a look at the singer's modernist hillside mansion, where she seduces her long-haired rocker boyfriend, but seems to be unmoved by his attention.

In other scenes, the 32-year-old beauty gets ignored by her boyfriend who focuses on his musical endeavors despite her caresses. They are also seen dancing together on the street, before she leaves him.

While the narrative of the dreamy and futuristic clip is quite confusing, the lyrics do reveal that it is about an ill-fated romance. "Everybody said you're a killer, but I/ Couldn't stop the way I was feeling the day/ Your record dropped," she sings.

"Summer's meant for loving and leaving/ I was such a fool for believing that you/ Could change all the ways you've been living/ But you just couldn't stop," she continues to ponder her summer fling. "The day I saw your white Mustang/ Your white mustang/ The day I saw your white Mustang/ Your white mustang."

The video ends with the soundtrack of a mariachi trumpet solo while Del Rey drives around the town in the titular vehicle. She flashes a smile of victory, as her boyfriend appears to be in shock.



"White Mustang" is the third song off "Lust for Life" that has received a visual treatment, after "Love" and the title track, which features The Weeknd. The fifth album of the Grammy-nominated singer also includes collaborations with A$AP Rocky ("Summer Bummer," "Groupie Love"), Stevie Nicks ("Beautiful People Beautiful Problems") and Sean Ono Lennon ("Tomorrow Never Came"). Released on July 21, it debuted at number one the Billboard 200 chart.


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