My eyes close and I feel like I'm put through a ceaseless fall.
I know people are gonna think I'm b8ing but I legitimately think that is an 8/10 album. Ultraviolence is like a 6.5-7 and Born To Die is a 6. So far with every album she has improved significantly, and on Honeymoon she has a very distinct style. It's a long, slow, hazy, sad album and the more you listen to it the more hypnotic and beautiful it gets. The lyrics may be kind of cheesy but I think Lana uses this to her advantage, it's almost like she's playing up this whole neo-soul vibe or something.
Her Paradise EP is also super underrated.
also I didn't mean neo-soul as a genre necessarily, I just meant that it sounds soulful in a very modern, embellished way. I mean everything about the album is obviously meant to exude a very specific type of vibe, from the iconic cover art to the string instrumentation to the lush production to the passionate, droney singing.
i dont care what mu says, lana is amazing.
i love all her albums, this one is not as strong as the others in some ways -but in other ways it is better, more chill and less hooks , but lovely nonetheless