Lana Del Rey has debuted an a-capella cover of “You’ll Never Walk Alone”, which will feature in a new documentary focusing on the fortunes of Liverpool FC.
The track originally featured in the Rodgers & Hammerstein musical Carousel, but a 1963 cover version by Gerry & The Pacemakers has been the long-standing anthem of the UK Premier League champions.
Debuting her cover on Instagram and Twitter, Del Rey shared a black-and-white video which sees her performing an a-capella rendition of the classic track. You can check it out below.
“You’ll never walk alone- accapella. For the new documentary about Liverpool,” she wrote. The full details of the documentary are yet to be revealed.
— Lana Del Rey (@LanaDelRey) November 4, 2020
The new recording comes after Del Rey returned with new single “Let Me Love You Like A Woman”, the first track to arrive from her upcoming album Chemtrails Over The Country Club.
Teaming up once again with frequent collaborator Jack Antonoff – who also co-wrote and produced her Grammy-nominated album, Norman F__king Rockwell – the duo collaborated on “Let Me Love You Like A Woman.” The new track was recorded in Los Angeles at Conway Studios and in New York at Electric Lady Studios.
Along with “Let Me Love You Like A Woman,” Del Rey also recently teased another track that could potentially end up on the new album called “Dealer” that features her “screaming my head off.”
Del Rey and Antonoff also discussed the making of her sixth album in a recent feature in Interview Magazine in September.
“I’ve been really stressed about this album,” Del told her collaborator. “From the top, we knew what Norman was. But with Chemtrails, it was like, ‘Is this new folk? Oh, god, are we going country?’ Now that it’s done I feel really good about it, and I think a defining moment for this album will be ‘White Dress/Waitress.’”
The singer’s new album was pushed back from its original date in September this year, but could arrive in January 2021.
“Because of the vinyl process being 11 weeks, it could be, like, January 7,” she told fans at a recent signing for her poetry book, Violet Bent Backwards Over The Grass.