Lana Del Rey has shared a previously unreleased song titled “Say Yes To Heaven.” This is the first official release of the song, created almost ten years ago, in November 2013. The song was supposed to appear on the Ultraviolence album, but was removed from the track listing for unknown reasons. NME writes about it.
Over the decade, there have been many iterations of this version that have leaked onto the internet. Last year, the sped up version went viral on TikTok.
“Say Yes To Heaven,” co-written by Rick Nowels, was Del Rey’s first release since earlier this year, when she dropped her ninth full-length album, Did You Know That There’s a Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd.
This album became the sixth number one album in the UK by the singer. It surpassed Depeche Mode’s “Memento Mori” to tie with the Arctic Monkeys, Blur and Radiohead for the list of artists with the most UK number one entries.
Previously, Lana Del Rey shared a new song “The Grants.” The song’s title is a reference to the singer’s last name, whose real name is Elizabeth Woolridge Grant.