"Fine China" is an unreleased song by Lana Del Rey. The demo version was produced by Rick Nowels and the final, though unleaked, version was produced by Dan Auerbach. The track is registered on APRA AMCOS and PPL Repertoire. It is an outtake from Ultraviolence and Blue Banisters.
The song was recorded during November 2013, in the same sessions as "I Can Fly", "Yes to Heaven", "Shades of Cool", "Sad Girl", "Is This Happiness" and "Your Girl", for Ultraviolence; however, the track did not make the final cut.
Two snippets of the song leaked on August 15, 2016 and August 27, 2016, and a full but edited version leaked on December 25, 2016. The full unedited track was leaked on January 28, 2017. The original file is tagged as "Fine China-rough old keys".
A version produced by Dan Auerbach for Ultraviolence in 2014 is confirmed to exist, but has yet to leak. A version meant for Blue Banisters is also rumored to exist, and it reportedly appeared on an early tracklist for the album.
- Direct references to "In the Sun" and "Change", and an indirect reference to "Lucky Ones".
- Diamonds are mentioned in several Del Rey songs, such as "Body Electric", "Money Power Glory", "National Anthem", "Fake Diamond", "Young and Beautiful" and the demo version of "Diet Mountain Dew", among others.
- "They said that love was enough but it wasn't" is a similar lyric to "Loving him was never enough", found in "Ultraviolence". It is also found on "Sometimes love is not enough" in "Born to Die" and "Is enough to be young and in love" in "Love".
- The final chant is similar to the initial chant in "Angels Forever, Forever Angels".
- Linen is also mentioned in "Fucked My Way Up to the Top", the backing vocals of "Ultraviolence", and in her poem "Patent-Leather Do-Over".
- Being bittersweet is also mentioned in "Let Me Love You like a Woman".
- APRA Id: GW46389274
- ISRC Code: GBUM71402153