This page lists information on Lana Del Rey's activities during November, 2011.
November 1 Edit
November 2 Edit
Del Rey posted "Bradley Soileau- having brad in the Born to Die video made it autobiographical and beautiful. He reminds me of the dark and mysterious side of the magnetic boy I used to know." on Facebook.
"I have been sick with laryngitis this week but have not cancelled tonight's gig as radio reported.. On my way to Manchester now xxxLDR xxx" on Facebook. Afterwards, she posted "Manchester. Sweet Sweet Crowd. Adore You."
Del Rey performed at Òran Mór in Glasgow, Scotland.
Photoshoot by Julien MignotEdit
November 8 Edit
Del Rey performed at the exclusive Silencio club in Paris, France.
Del Rey went on a French talk show called Le Grand Journal in Paris, France, and was also interviewed.
Arriving at Le Grand Journal Edit
Le Grand Journal Edit
She was also interviewed in La Boîte à Questions directly after her appearance on Le Grand Journal.
Del Rey was photographed by Mathieu Zazzo.
Del Rey performed at Paradiso in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Del Rey performed "Video Games" on De Wereld Draait Door in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Del Rey was photographed by Naomi Shon.
Del Rey was a studio guest at 1LIVE.
Del Rey performed "Video Games" on the TV show Inas Nacht
Del Rey performed at the Gebäude 9 Theatre in Cologne, Germany.
Meeting fans outside the concert Edit
November 13 or 14Edit
Del Rey was photographed by Heinz Peter Knes for the January/February 2012 edition of German magazine Spex magazine.
November 14 Edit
Del Rey performed at Roter Salon in Berlin, Germany, and was photographed backstage by Bella Lieberberg.
Photoshoot by Bella Lieberberg Edit
Del Rey performed at Scala in London, United Kingdom.
Del Rey performed at the O2 Institute Birmingham in Birmingham, United Kingdom.
Del Rey was photographed by Simon Emmett for Q magazine.
Del Rey attended Scottish Music Awards - Tartan Clefs with Barrie James O'Neill.
Del Rey performed a secret show at Shoreditch House in London, United Kingdom. She sang "Video Games" and possibly more.
Del Rey was photographed by Sean & Seng for the February 2012 edition of Interview Magazine in Russia and Germany.
November 22 Edit
Del Rey performed "Video Games at Bassoon Bar in London, United Kingdom.
Leaving L'Album De La Semaine. Edit
Del Rey arriving at her hotel in Paris, France.
Del Rey outside her hotel in Paris, France.
Private performance Edit
Del Rey was also photographed by Hidiro for Les Inrockuptibles Magazine.
Del Rey was featured on the cover of NOW Magazine of Toronto, Canada. [https://nowtoronto.com/music/lana-del-rey/ Click here to read the article. ]
Del Rey was photographed by Karim Sadli for V Magazine.
Del Rey performed "Video Games" at TV studios of Taratata.
Del Rey was listed as #6 on NME Magazine's 2011 Cool List. The article featured reads: "Count your eyes and count to five. While you did that, 127 people have remixed Lana Del Rey's 'Video Games'. If you count the adulation of knob-twiddlers as a marker of respect, LDR would be Number One. Cynics might note that there are several kinds of knob-twiddlers the easy-on-the-eye singer attracts, but that would be doing a sexist injustice to 2011's most captivating prospect, an enigmatic bundle of New York talent who has managed to lasso Generation YouTube wholeheartedly with a beguiling mix of faded Hollywood glamour, Lynchian aesthetics and Stevie Nicks vocals."
Del Rey was featured in an article written by Clash Magazine, issue #68. Click here to read the article.
Del Rey performed at the Mod Club Theatre in Toronto, Canada.
Del Rey was featured on the cover of British magazine Wonderland. Click here to read the article.