Lana Del Rey has posted an image online that very well may be the official artwork to her sophomore album, "Ultraviolence."
The black-and-white square image, posted to the singer's social media sans caption on Friday, shows Del Rey standing outside of an open driver's side door, the most serious of expressions on her face. The word "ultraviolence," in all caps, appears below her chest, just like the phrase "Born To Die" was positioned on her debut album artwork.
A rep for Del Rey could not be reached to confirm whether or not the image was indeed the official cover of "Ultraviolence."
On Thursday (May 8), Del Rey unveiled the 14-song track list to "Ultraviolence," which will include songs like "Fucked My Way Up To the Top," "Guns and Roses" and "Sad Girl." The track list reveal followed the release of the music video for "Ultraviolence's" sultry first single, "West Coast."
The follow-up to 2012's "Born To Die" was produced by the Black Keys' Dan Auerbach. "West Coast," which was debuted during a performance at Coachella, has peaked at No. 17 on the Hot 100 chart.