Lana Del Rey swims, lounges and mugs for your camera from the impressionistic video on her Honeymoon tune “Music to Watch Boys To.” Although the clip includes a few scenes that reside up to the song’s male-objectifying title, probably the most curious vignette finds the singer reclining inside a beach chair as gramophone horns spin around her and also the silhouette of 1 of her boys plays basketball. Then, after the shot of which playing hoops, you gives her a close-up on her behalf line about “singing soft-grunge.” Check High by the beach sheet music.

When the singer premiered the tune, which she co-wrote with “Summertime Sadness” collaborator Rick Boyles, on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 show recently, she named it one of her favorites within the LP. In an interview with Los Angeles Times, she spoke within the song’s evocative nature. “The title leads to a visual of shadows of males passing by, this girl’s eyes, her face,” Del Rey said. “I can actually see things.”

Del Rey released Honeymoon earlier this year and, just before its release, recently premiered another song, “Salvatore,” via BBC 1. “[It’s] one of the most different from the rest of the tracks around the record,” she said at that time. “It features a little bit of a well used world Italian feel, it’s form of a weirder song, but I love the chorus.”

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Del Rey has compared the album in its entirety to her first couple of releases, Born to Die and Paradise. “It’s growing into something I really like,” she said of Honeymoon inside an interview with Billboard in January. “I’m form of enjoying sinking into this more noirish feel for this blog. It’s been good.”