"West Coast," "Shades of Cool" or "Ultraviolence"? Vote now!
Lana Del Rey's sophomore album "Ultraviolence" is one of the most hotly anticipated full-lengths of the year, with each new song released from the LP generating a generous helping of buzz. Three tracks from the 11-song album have hit the Web thus far -- and of the trio of dark pop opuses, which one is your favorite?
Vote in the poll below to tell us whether "West Coast," "Shades of Cool" or "Ultraviolence" is your favorite new Lana Del Rey jam:
After debuting "Ultraviolence's" first single, "West Coast," during a stunning performance at Coachella in April, the track rocketed into the Top 20 of the Hot 100 chart and peaked at No. 17. Del Rey dropped "Shades of Cool" -- another atmospheric ballad to add to the singer's growing collection -- a little over a month later, and earlier this week, the "Ultraviolence" title track majestically arrived on the Web.
All three tracks were produced by Dan Auerbach, the Black Keys leader who helmed the entirety of "Ultraviolence." The upcoming album, due out on June 17, follows 2012's "Born To Die," which recently crossed 1 million copies sold.
So which new Lana Del Rey track is to die for? Listen to all three songs again and make your selection: