Chemtrails Over the Country Club

Lana Del Rey - Chemtrails Over the Country Club
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2021 Ratings: #153
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January 11, 2021 / Release Date
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Lana, please shut up and stop putting out idiotic statements on Instagram. Because this is great.
lana may constantly disappoint on the album covers and tone-deaf comments, but the songs never disappoint omfg
A week ago, my issue with this track was that it was a bit too white for me, like your run of the mill Christmas song. But after Shawn Cee helped me realize I truly am a white girl, I've attained a newfound sense of appreciation for this song.

Going through the field in my backyard and swaying my white wedding dress through the lillies as I head to the local Starbucks to pick up a nice and hot cup of cinammon spice coffee in my Dodge minivan, I truly felt like a white girl for once.

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Listening to this song I can see the more simplistic and folk aesthetic that she wanted to take with Let Me Love You Like A Woman. Perhaps many will not like this direction that Lana is bringing but I think it complements another side of her, being the artist quite notorious for bringing completely different albums I am not surprised by this change. I'm already crying just thinking about listening to the album.
Okay, I like this a lot. Lana plays it quite safe here, opting for the infectious, slow country pop ballad aesthetic whilst bearing commercial charts in mind with that tsunami she spewed for a chorus, bloody hell did she crush that! If she'd steered the song as a whole in a more experimental direction I've no doubt the effectiveness of this record would've been increased tenfold. Lukewarm for me.
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Added on: December 22, 2020