Lana Del Rey Drops ‘Honeymoon’ Sampler

With a couple of weeks left before the release of her highly anticipated new album, Lana Del Rey has returned to give fans a teaser for what to expect from her fourth studio album.

Early Tuesday morning (Sept. 8), snippets of two new songs were released onto the internet. The first track was “Music to Watch Boys To,” the track that was rumored to be the lead single from the record, as well as “Freak.” Instead of letting those who leaked the snippets get away with it, Del Rey went ahead and released a sampler for the new record online. The Honeymoon sampler, very much like the title implies, features short clips of the songs featured on Honeymoon including the record’s singles “High By the Beach,” “Terrence Loves You,” and title track, “Honeymoon.”  Listen to the complete sampler below.

Honeymoon is set to be released on Sept. 18 through Polydor/Interscope Records. Pre-orders for the album are still ongoing and for those who pre-order it, they will receive an instant download of “High By the Beach” and “Terrence Loves You.”

New Fall Out Boy Singles to Debut in January

As we continue our Fall Out Boy watch 2014 clear into the new year, the band have already announced they will be releasing two new single in early 2015.

In a post they uploaded onto Twitter a few days ago, they confirmed the first of the two new singles will be dropped on Jan. 5 while the second one is set to be released on Jan. 12. As of now, no titles for the two tracks have been revealed.

All this is part of their marketing strategy for the release of their new album, American Beauty/American Psycho due out on Jan. 20. As of now, they have released three songs from the album which includes, lead single “Centuries,” “American Beauty/ American Psycho,” “The Kids Aren’t Alright,” and “Immortals” which according to the band will not be the same version they recorded for Disney’s Big Hero 6.

As well as the announcement of the new songs, the band also teased that some big announcement will be “coming soon.”

If we were beating people, we would put our money on them announcing a new tour, but we’re not, so we won’t.

The new year is already shaping to be a full one for Fall Out Boy. Frontman Patrick Stump is currently in the middle of playing judge on NBC’s a cappella competition show, The Sing Off and this coming Wednesday, they will be performing several songs on Pitbull’s New Year’s Revolution.