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Lana Del Rey reveals 'West Coast' single cover, and it was all yellow



Lana Del Rey is prepping for her visit to Coachella on the West Coast this weekend with, well, an upcoming single titled "West Coast." After announcing the title of the lead Ultraviolence track last week, today (April 10), Del Rey revealed the sunny "West Coast" single artwork on her official Twitter.

The single artwork, which features Del Rey's name in blue type and the song title in a subdued yellow seems to be through the filter of an Instagram camera lens. The heavily yellow picture features a forlorn looking Del Rey standing on the beach. She's rocking a subtle frown on her face, with her big eyes staring dead straight into the camera.

Del Rey kept her styling beachy. She's rocking a denim jacket, white shirt and plenty of waves in her hair.

It seems like the laidback music from Del Rey's debut album Born To Die is set to continue on her sophomore effort.

Check out the "West Coast" single artwork above.

"West Coast" is the forthcoming single from Del Rey's Ultraviolence, and though the album has no official release date, let alone the single, it seems as though "West Coast" is due out any day now. Just sayin', don't be surprised if she pulls this one out in California this weekend for some much-needed press buzz, then launching an iTunes sale in the following days.

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