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CHEMTRAILS OVER THE COUNTRY CLUB

There are tears, cathartic awakenings and more tears as the internet reacts to Lana Del Rey’s latest album.

The highly-anticipated, long-overdue release of Lana Del Rey’s Chemtrails Over the Country Club, or as fans have-so affectionately renamed the release, COCC, is finally here! Gone are the orchestral flourishes of former efforts, replaced instead by stripped back guitars and wistful country vocals. We’ve got cinematic sounding-hits like “White Hot Forever” and “Tulsa Jesus Freak”, a collab with alt-powerhouses Zella Day and Weyes Blood, and several lines of introductory whispers on “White Dress” that come with such force your headphones may just explode on the spot. Here’s what the internet had to say of the release…

Lana was unbothered that the album leaked a week early

Things got pretty ethereal

We got pretty hot under the collar

“Breaking Up Slowly” has us reaching for the tissues

No seriously, this release shook us to the emotional core

The fans share their experiences of growth

Zella Day makes an earth-shattering announcement

We wrapped things up by praying to a higher power

CHEMTRAILS OVER THE COUNTRY CLUB

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