Watch: Lana Del Rey mopes around wealthy L.A. areas in “Shades of Cool” video With Lana Del Rey's new album "Ultraviolence" available online today, she's celebrated by sharing the video for "Shades of Cool." The “Shades of Cool” video uses a similar vintage vibe as her recent release, “West Coast,” but takes a Nabakovian turn, showing a love affair between Lolita-esque Lana and an older, blue-haired, Jeremy-Irons-type.

Follow live: Lana Del Rey at Red Rocks Amphitheatre

Tonight Lana Del Rey makes her Colorado debut at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre (how very Lana Del Rey of her). As the artist preps her new album, "Ultraviolence," and continues to land near the top of major festival lineups, Del Rey has quite a bit to prove to Colorado fans.

Watch: Lana Del Rey, “West Coast” video

You know in horror movies when it shows all the rich kids hanging out before everything goes horribly wrong? That's kind of the vibe we get from Lana Del Rey's new video for "West Coast." In mostly black-and-white, the video looks like the result of David Lynch directing an episode of the "O.C." The song is presumably from her upcoming album, Ultraviolence, which still has no release date.

Coachella 2014 day three photos: Arcade Fire, Beck, Neutral Milk Hotel, Lana Del Rey and more

Blondie's Debbie Harry and Preservation Jazz Hall Band joined Arcade Fire during its headlining set on day three of Coachella 2014 on Sunday. During the set Win Butler had some critical comments about the festival, calling out Coachella's "fake VIP room bullshit" and giving a shout-out to "all the bands still playing actual instruments." Throughout the day, Slash made a surprise appearance at Motorhead's set, Mary J.