It wouldn’t be a Lana Del Rey album without a nod to an era of years past.
The singer-songwriter debuted the artwork for her upcoming fourth major label collection, Lust for Life, Tuesday on social media, posting the LP’s retro-inspired cover to her Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter accounts.
Recalling the general throwback aesthetic Del Rey has favored since her 2012 album Born to Die, Lust for Life‘s sleeve sees the 31-year-old sporting a white lace dress with flowers in her hair, flashing a toothy grin as she stands in front of a vintage pickup truck.
Del Rey previously debuted Lust for Life‘s lead single, “Love,” in February, with its accompanying sci-fi-themed music video dropping two days later. The track debuted and peaked at No. 44 on the Hot 100 later that month.
Collaborators on the album include Emile Haynie, Rick Nowels, and producer Benny Blanco. A press release from earlier this year also promises “exciting guest featured artists.”
“You know, in this town, an artist really needs a lot of space when they’re trying to cultivate something special. A place to cultivate a world of their own far away from the real world that’s around them,” Del Rey said in an album teaser released in March. “Even though these times can feel a little bit crazy, they’re not so very different from what other generations have experienced at one time or another before. Amidst all the uncertainty and as we transition out of one era into another one, there’s no place I’d rather be than smack dab in the middle of Hollyweird, making this record, for you. Because you and the music and this place are my love, my life, my lust for life.”
A release date for Lust for Life has yet to be confirmed.