Lana Del Rey shares her new song: ‘Henry, Come On’

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These are good times to be a Lana del Rey fan. The singer-songwriter has been making waves for a week. To begin with, she has been announced as one of the headliners of the famous Coachella festival. But it didn’t stop there, she has also shared a preview of her new song. And she has something magical that hooks you!

This same Thursday, January 18, Lana shared a preview of almost 50 seconds of her song Henry, come on. A beautiful acoustic song where the star’s voice merges with a guitar. For the theme, Lana has once again opted for a story of consolation. The artist tries to console a certain Henry, assuring him that he has done nothing wrong.

At the moment, Lana has not shared the official release date of this new single, but anything can happen with the American star. It wouldn’t be the first time she released a song without having announced it first. She goes free, like her music, and that’s what we like so much.

For the production of this new song, Lana has chosen Luke Laird, known for having worked on several country music hits. And this new song by Lana is inspired by those divas like Dolly Parton who sang about sad and melancholic situations. Something also very typical of Lana’s music.

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In fact, last December, the singer released a beautiful version of Take Me Home, Country Roads by John Denver: a song that draws directly from the coutry genre. And the musical star has been experimenting with this genre for some time. And the artist has recognized that the American singer-songwriter has always been part of her inspiration.

Lana Del Rey: going for the Grammys

Next February 5, Lana Del Rey will be one of the stars of the Grammys. The singer competes in the main categories thanks to her album Did You Know that there’s a tunner under Ocean Blvd, which competes for best album of the year and best song. We will have to wait if he takes it and he competes with other big stars of music like Taylor Swift, Olivia Rodrigo or Miley Cyrus.


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