It sounds like there wasn’t a dry eye in the house as Lana Del Rey made a surprise appearance at the Apple Event in Brooklyn on Tuesday.
As if there wasn’t enough excitement with Apple unveiling their new iPad Pro, MacBook Air and Mac Mini, Rey then turned up to sing her brand new song “How To Disappear”, which is taken off her next album Norman F**king Rockwell.
The singer, who was joined by Jack Antonoff on the piano to debut the track, is said to have told the crowd, “They told us not to swear, so I can’t tell you the name of the album.”
She also belted out her recent single “Venice B***h”, which she said she’d just call “Venice” for the sake of the “no swearing” rule.
The song, which is 10 minutes long, was a follow up to the recently-released “Mariners Apartment Complex”.
Appearing on Beats 1 Radio last month, Rey said of the song: “I played it for my managers and I was like, ‘Yeah I think this is the single I want to put out.’ And they were like, ‘It’s 10-minutes long. Are you kidding me? It’s called ‘Venice B***h’.”
“Like, why do you do this to us? Can you make a three-minute normal pop song? I was like, ‘Well, end of summer, some people just wanna drive around for 10 minutes get lost in some electric guitar.’”
Norman F**king Rockwell will arrive in 2019.