The New York City-based collective and the British bedroom pop artist make early morning magic.
Listen to “LA Who Am I to Love You” from the newly revealed spoken word collection.
Violet Bent Backwards over the Grass will initially arrive in audio form on July 28th.
A companion piece to her art book CAR MA.
She’s also unveiled a new spoken-word poem with a reference to Sylvia Plath.
Del Rey contrasts the success of Beyoncé, Ariana Grande, and Nicki Minaj in relation to her musical criticism.
The singer’s latest solo effort arrives August 7th alongside with his literary debut.
She’s calling it Violet Bent Backwards Over the Grass.
It’s due out in February.
Smith applauds the environmental activist’s work rallying for climate change action.
Alongside a collection of poems by late frontman Stewart Lupton.
Featuring festival director Adam Krefman, booking manager Nicholas Ward, and teaching artist E’Mon Lauren.