Lana Del Rey is a vision of natural beauty in the video for her song 'Let Me Love You Like A Woman', the first release from her forthcoming album project 'Chemtrails over the Country Club' which is due for release this year. Or maybe next year.
In true Lana Del Rey form, she's opted for a vintage montage for the majority of the video, sometimes black and white, some performance footage, but mostly happy day-to-day moments. It's quaint in its simplicity, and draws all the attention onto the beauty of the song itself.
Co-written and produced by Jack Antonoff, 'Let Me Love You Like A Woman' is our real first taste of 'Chemtrails over the Country Club', aside from a snippet of another track called 'Tulsa Jesus Freak'.
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