Lana gets ethereal in her latest clip for "Bel Air."
Lana Del Rey is accustomed to a certain type of lifestyle -- one of style, elegance, and grace, of course. In "Bel Air" (we won't make the "Fresh Prince" joke if you won't), the latest video from her upcoming re-release, Born To Die: Paradise Edition (out Nov. 13), we see a simply beautiful Lana singing amidst a sea of color-changing dreamscape clouds...or it could be real? Is this what heaven looks like? It's certainly beautiful enough, anyway. Maybe we've been hanging out with Kid Cudi too much.
Watch Lana Del Rey's "Bel Air" video after the jump.
In the clip, Lana spends most of her time posing, pouting, and looking GORG in between colored cloud clusters (mmm, sounds like a breakfast cereal...of COTTON CANDY). More than anything, the video reminded us of a way trippy perfume commercial ("Eau de Lana" -- it's only a matter of time, guys). While the colors shift and change around her, Lana croons in a sultry voice: "Roses, Bel Air, take me there/ I've been waiting to meet you/ Palm trees, in the light, I can see, late at night/ Darling I'm willing to greet you/ Come to me, baby." How could anyone resist?
+ Watch Lana Del Rey's "Bel Air" video.
Photo credit: Interscope Records