Lana Del Rey Wiki
Lana Del Rey Wiki
Recorded 2017
Length Unknown
Producers Lana Del Rey
Alex Turner
Miles Kane
James Ford
Zach Dawes

Unreleased The Last Shadow Puppets Collaboration is an unreleased album by Lana Del Rey and the English supergroup The Last Shadow Puppets, consisting of Alex Turner, Miles Kane, James Ford and Zach Dawes, recorded in 2017. Many details regarding the project, including its title, are not known.


On September 6, 2019, in an interview for NME magazine, Del Rey spoke about how "California" was written and produced, mentioning that she and the group created a whole album during this process, with "California" being part of it, but later reused for Norman Fucking Rockwell!.

"We had a little rock band on the side,” she explains. “It kind of didn’t go anywhere but we had a good time." Then she casually slips into conversation that the group, which also included Kane, made a whole album together. “It’s never…” she begins when asked when we can hear it. “We were very messy! But it’s cool ‘California’ made it on there – I feel like it’s a little piece of our friendship band."[1]

Currently, it is unknown how many songs were recored for the album. On June 15, 2020, when "Thunder" leaked, it was confirmed by insiders to be part of the project and that 4 mixes were recorded, the first mix being the leaked one. Other speculated titles by insiders are "Dope", which was described as an unfinished song, and "Under Your Skin".

"Loaded", a song by Miles Kane featuring background vocals by Del Rey, is also speculated to be part of this project and later used for his third solo studio album, Coup de Grace.

Upon leaking in September 2021, "Dealer" was confirmed by a reliable insider to have originated from this project, and appears unchanged[2] on Blue Banisters.


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  1. "Who is Lana Del Rey? A conversation with Jack Antonoff". September 6, 2019. Metro
  2. Screenshot of BlackoutZone confirming that Dealer hasn't been reworked