Glastonbury’s Pyramid Stage hosted a wonderful set and performance from Lana Del Rey. The singer soldiered through the unpredictable weather changes at the festival in a gorgeously multi-coloured dress and large, hoop earrings.
Del Rey may have only performed two songs from her new album, Ultraviolence, but she still delivered one of her greatest live performances to date! The sultry singer opened her set with “Cola” from Born To Die: The Paradise Edition and had lively reactions from the crowd for other songs like “Video Games” and “Born To Die”.
Music videos for each of the tracks were projected onto a screen behind her during the performance. The biggest eruption of screams was, of course, during the “Born To Die” video which launched the very early stages of her career onto a new level.
Del Rey closed her set with fan-favourite, “National Anthem”, waving lovingly as the band played the end of the song on loop. You can watch the performance of the title track to her new album, “Ultraviolence”, below!