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"West Coast" is a song by Lana Del Rey written with Rick Nowels and produced by Dan Auerbach. Written for Del Rey's second major-label studio album Ultraviolence, the song served as the album's lead single and premiered on April 14, 2014, on BBC Radio 1. On April 22, 2014, an alternate version of the song with clearer vocals replaced the original single on iTunes.

Background and writing[]

The song was written and recorded in early 2013.

On March 23 , 2014, Del Rey uploaded a video to Instagram featuring herself lip-syncing to a muted track with the caption “Down on the West Coast they got a sayin...”.[1][dead link] On April 3, 2014, Prefixmag made a tweet to their followers encouraging them to listen to Del Rey's then-recently leaked track “Meet Me in the Pale Moonlight” and claiming it was a “B-side from Ultraviolence”. Del Rey replied to the tweet four hours after explaining that she wrote the song 4 years ago and that the new song single is called "West Coast". Del Rey uploaded a selfie to her Instagram the next day with the caption being the song title.

Del Rey and Rick Nowels wrote the song together while improvising with chords in about 20 minutes, however when Del Rey had finished the song, she was unsatisfied with the outcome, complaining that the track was "too structured". The song was originally going to be scrapped from the album altogether, but after meeting with Dan Auerbach, the track was reworked, being changed structurally but leaving the chords. The Nowels demo originally pitched to Del Rey's label is said to have an altered instrumental bridge.[S 1]

An additional version of the song was produced by STINT.[S 2]

Composition[]

The psychedelic rock song "West Coast" is in F♯/G♭ minor set in common time and is notable for its tempo change in the chorus from approximately 123 beats per minute to 50. It is a surf rock song featuring heavily layered vocals, multiple guitar tracks, a focus on percussion and a prominent lead synth in the final chorus. The beginning of the song's slower-tempo chorus interpolates the opening riff from the Beatles' song "And I Love Her", using a similar guitar riff. Del Rey sings in a breathless, sultry style which is exaggerated in the chorus. The song marks a departure from Del Rey's singles from Born to Die and Paradise, as it does not draw upon the use of orchestral strings or stylistic hip-hop beats.

The radio mix is significantly shorter than the original, running at 3 minutes 47 seconds. It does not feature the slower chorus and instead has a constant BPM of 104. It features a light use of strings and slightly altered lyrics. There is no prominent lead synth towards the last chorus and the focus on the percussion is more drawn back. During the final chorus, the first half is stripped to only a distorted guitar and plucked strings for accompaniment.

An official radio edit of the song exists featuring different vocals, different lyrics, and a slightly altered instrumental. The early mix version of the song leaked in lossless format on June 29, 2018. The official a cappella leaked on July 4, 2018.

Critical reception[]

The song has received universal acclaim from music critics,[2] who commended its "atmospheric" and "hypnotic" production, as well as its maturity. Caryn Ganz of Rolling Stone called the track a "striking departure" in sound for Del Rey, and said its groove transformed her "from chanteuse into frontwoman for a few glorious moments".[3] Kyle Fowle of The A.V. Club named "West Coast" as the album's most accomplished track and "the one song on Ultraviolence that gets the formula of Lana Del Rey right".[4] Nylon writer Liza Darwin deemed the track "silky-smooth" and "total ear candy".[5] In a review of Ultraviolence, Mike Diver of Clash said that in the context of the album, "West Coast" took on greater significance by serving as a fulcrum which balances the record into "leaving a better impression than it otherwise might".[6]

Accolades[]

"West Coast" was listed as one of the best songs of 2014 by several news media sources. On The Village Voice '​s Pazz and Jop critics' year-end list in 2014, "West Coast" was ranked at number 49.[7][dead link] Cosmopolitan placed "West Coast" at number 3 on its list of the 50 Best Songs of 2014.[8] The staff of the Music Times also placed "West Coast" at number 3 on their list of the 25 Best Songs of 2014, with De Groot writing, "With the release of 'West Coast,' Lana Del Rey's music finally converged with the complexity and intensity of her persona, and it was glorious".[9] Idolator ranked the song at number 5 on its list of 2014's Best Pop Singles. Bianca Gracie of the website stated that "nothing else on the album sounded quite like 'West Coast'" and described the song as the "soundtrack for endless summers to come".[10] The single was named one of the 50 best songs of 2014 by NME (number 11),[11] Consequence of Sound (number 25),[12] and Stereogum (number 31).[13] Spin ranked the track at number 29 on their list of the 101 Best Songs of 2014, while also deeming it "the lushest and most narcoleptic Top 40 hit of 2014".[14] Joshua Ostroff of The Huffington Post placed "West Coast" at number 12 on his list of the Best Songs of 2014, calling it "perhaps too dark to win the song of the summer title it deserved".[15]

Live performances[]

Del Rey previewed a verse of the song on the first date of the 2014 leg of the Paradise Tour on April 11, 2014, in Las Vegas at The Cosmopolitan, and two days later she premiered the entire song in a live performance at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival on April 13, 2014, in Indio, California, a day prior to the song's official release date. The song has since been included as part of the setlist for the 2014 leg of the Paradise Tour, the 2015 Endless Summer Tour, and at one date of the 2016 Festival Tour. She performed the song in 2017 at the Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival on October 28. In 2018, the song was performed on February 15 in San Diego, California, and again on February 16 in Las Vegas, Nevada as part of the LA to the Moon Tour.

Music video[]

Music video Information
Lana_Del_Rey_-_West_Coast Released May 7, 2014
Length 4:26
Director Vincent Haycock
Producer Geoff McLean
Filmed April 3–4, 2014
Location Los Angeles, California
Vevo views 134+ Million views
Music video Information
Lana_Del_Rey_-_West_Coast_(Leaked_Version)-2 Released May 6, 2014
Length 4:26
Director Vincent Haycock
Producer Geoff McLean
Filmed April 3–4, 2014
Location Los Angeles, California
Vevo views N/A

Background[]

On April 4, 2014, pictures surfaced of Del Rey shooting a music video in Los Angeles. She was on set with "Born to Die" and "Blue Jeans" star Bradley Soileau. On May 1, 2014, Del Rey posted a preview of the video on Instagram. On May 6, 2014, an unfinished version of the music video for "West Coast" was uploaded and taken down by Del Rey's label. The next day, the finished video was published. Jenn Pelly and Evan Minsker of Pitchfork Media remarked that at first, it "appears to function in small, romantic gestures—hanging near an ocean, smoking in the back of a car, much like a fashion ad in a magazine. And then, plot twist: It's Lana in flames."

Description[]

The video opens with shots of the ocean and driving in LA intercut with scenes of Del Rey and Soileau walking down a beach with friends. Del Rey starts singing as more images of LA are shown. As the chorus comes in, scenes of Del Rey and Soileau playing in the ocean fade into Del Rey in a car with tattoo artist Mark Mahoney. The shot is more glamorous and withheld, he lights her cigarette and Del Rey leans her head on his shoulder. He whispers something in her ear before the second verse where the film returns to Del Rey and Soileau on the beach in a much more casual setting. For the second chorus the scenes of Del Rey in the car with Mahoney return until a shots of Del Rey in flames appears. While in flames she wears either a red dress and or a leather jacket.

Promotional image[]

Photoshoot by Neil Krug[]

Photoshoot by Mark Martin[]

Behind the scenes[]

Original music video[]

On June 3, 2024, two snapshots of Del Rey's home music video for "West Coast" leaked.[16]

Cross-references[]

Official versions[]

  • Album version — 4:16
    • Instrumental version — 4:11
    • A cappella version — 4:16
  • Single version — 4:15
  • Rob Orton mix — 4:17
    • Instrumental version — 4:15[17]
  • Radio edit (Dan Auerbach mix) — 3:47
  • Radio edit (Rob Orton mix) — 3:44[18]
  • Radio mix — 3:47
  • Radio/Demo version (produced by STINT) — Unknown
  • Early mix — 4:16
  • Music video version — 4:26

Official remixes[]

  • Alex Nagshineh Remix — 7:00[19]
  • Alle Farben Remix — 7:07[20]
  • Camo & Krooked Remix — 3:30[21]
  • Carbon Airways Remix — 4:15[22]
  • Dan Heath Orchestral Remix — 4:11[23]
  • Dan Heath Orchestral Remix Instrumental — 4:11
  • Four Tet Remix — 6:11[24]
  • Jabberwocky Remix — 3:34[25]
  • MK Area10 Remix — 5:25[26]
  • MK Remix — 5:26[27]
  • Solomun Dub Remix — 8:07[28]
  • Solomun Remix — 8:07[29]
  • Ten Ven Remix — 4:30[30]
  • The GRADES Icon Mix — 4:17[31]
  • The GRADES Icon Mix (TJ House Party) — 4:04[32]
  • The Young Professionals Dark Remix — 5:39[33]
  • The Young Professionals Minimal Remix — 3:56[34]
  • William Carl Jr Remix — 4:29[35]
  • XYConstant Remix — 4:15[36]
  • Yavuz Ak & FevZee Remix — 6:17[37]
  • ZHU Remix — 4:24[38]
  • ZHU Remix Edit — 2:55[39]
  • ZHU Remix (H Sessions 2014) — 4:24[40]

Lyrics[]

Album version[]

Down on the West Coast they got a sayin'
"If you're not drinkin' then you're not playin'"
But you've got the music, you've got the music in you
Don't you?

Down on the West Coast I get this feeling like
It all could happen that's why I'm leaving
You for the moment, you for the moment, boy blue
Yeah, you

You're falling hard, I push away, I'm feelin' hot to the touch
You say you'll miss me and I wanna say I'll miss you so much
But something keeps me really quiet, I'm alive, I'm a lush
Your love, your love, your love

I can see my baby swingin'
His Parliament's on fire and his hands are up
On the balcony and I'm singing
Ooh, baby, ooh, baby, I'm in love

I can see my sweet boy swayin'
He's crazy y Cubano como yo, my love
On the balcony and I'm saying
Move, baby, move, baby, I'm in love

I'm in love, (I'm in love)
I'm in love, (I'm in love)
(Mic check one two, one two, one two, get it girl)

Down on the West Coast, they got their icons
Their silver starlets, their Queens of Saigons
And you've got the music, you've got the music in you
Don't you?

Down on the West Coast, they love their movies
Their golden gods, and rock and roll groupies
And you've got the music, you've got the music in you
Don't you?

You push it hard, I pull away, I'm feeling hotter than fire
I guess that no one ever really made me feel that much higher
Te deseo, cariño, boy, it's you I desire
Your love, your love, your love

I can see my baby swingin'
His Parliament's on fire and his hands are up
On the balcony and I'm singing
Ooh, baby, ooh, baby, I'm in love

I can see my sweet boy swayin'
He's crazy y Cubano como yo, my love
On the balcony and I'm saying
Move, baby, move, baby, I'm in love

I can see my baby swingin'
His Parliament's on fire and his hands are up
On the balcony and I'm singing
Ooh, baby, ooh, baby, I'm in love

I can see my sweet boy swayin'
He's crazy y Cubano como yo, my love
On the balcony and I'm saying
Move, baby, move, baby, I'm in love
I'm in love
I'm in love

Radio mix[]

Down on the West Coast they got a sayin'
"If you're not drinkin' then you're not playin'"
But you've got the music, you've got the music in you
Don't you?

Down on the West Coast I get this feeling like
It all could happen that's why I'm leaving
You for the music, you for the music, it's true
It's true

I push it hard, you pull away, I'm feeling hot and on fire
I'm feelin' like there's no one else who brings me higher than higher
Te deseo, cariño, boy, it's you I desire
Your love, your love, your love

I can see my baby swingin'
His Parliament's on fire and his hands are up
On the balcony and I'm singing
Ooh, baby, ooh, baby, I'm in love

I can see my sweet boy swayin'
He's crazy y Cubano como yo, my love
On the balcony and I'm saying
Move, baby, move, baby, I'm in love

I'm in love, I'm in love
(I'm in love, I'm in love)

Down on the West Coast, they got their icons
Their silver starlets, their Queens of Saigons
But you got the music, you've got the music in you
Don't you?

You pull me close, I push away, I'm feelin' hot to the touch
You say you miss me and I wanna say "I'll miss you so much"
But something keeps me really quiet, I'm alive, I'm a lush
"Hold me close", you say, "Hush, baby, hush"

I can see my baby swingin'
His Parliament's on fire and his hands are up
On the balcony and I'm singing
Ooh, baby, ooh, baby, I'm in love

I can see my sweet boy swayin'
He's crazy y Cubano como yo, my love
On the balcony and I'm saying
Move, baby, move, baby, I'm in love

I can see my baby swingin'
His Parliament's on fire and his hands are up
On the balcony and I'm singing
Ooh, baby, ooh, baby, I'm in love

I can see my sweet boy swayin'
He's crazy y Cubano como yo, my love
On the balcony and I'm saying
Move, baby, move, baby, I'm in love

I'm in love, I'm in love
(I'm in love)

Radio edit[]

Down on the West Coast they got a sayin'
"If you're not drinkin' then you're not playin'"
But you've got the music, you've got the music in you
Don't you?

Down on the West Coast I get this feeling like
It all could happen that's why I'm leaving
You for the moment, you for the moment, boy blue
Yeah, you

You're falling hard, I push away, I'm feelin' hot to the touch
You say you'll miss me and I wanna say I miss you so much
But something keeps me really quiet, I'm alive, I'm a lush
Your love, your love, your love

I can see my baby swingin'
His Parliament's on fire and his hands are up
On the balcony and I'm singing
Ooh, baby, ooh, baby
 I'm in love

I can see my sweet boy swayin'
He's crazy y Cubano como yo, my love
On the balcony and I'm saying
Move baby, move baby
I'm in love

I'm in love, I'm in love
I'm in love, I'm in love

Down on the West Coast, they got their icons
Their silver starlets, their Queens of Saigon
And you've got the music, you've got the music in you
Don't you?

Down on the West Coast, they love their movies
Their golden gods, and rock and roll groupies
And you've got the music, you've got the music in you
Don't you?

You push it hard, I pull away, I'm feeling hotter than fire
I guess that no one ever really made me feel that much higher
Te deseo, cariño, boy, it's you I desire
Your love, your love, your love

I can see my baby swingin'
His Parliament's on fire and his hands are up
On the balcony and I'm singing
Move baby, move baby, I'm in love

I can see my baby swingin'
His Parliament's on fire and his hands are up
On the balcony and I'm singing
Ooh, baby, ooh, baby, I'm in love

I can see my sweet boy swayin'
He's crazy y Cubano como yo, my love
On the balcony and I'm saying
Move baby, move baby, I'm in love
I'm in love
I'm in love

Commercial release[]

Digital release[]

West Coast - Single
West Coast - Single Label: Polydor, Interscope
Format: Digital
Released: May 14, 2014
Barcode: None
Photography: Neil Krug
Design: Mat Maitland
# Name Time
1. "West Coast"   4:15
West Coast (Remix EP)
Lana remix ep west Label: Polydor, Interscope
Format: Digital
Released: July 11, 2014
Barcode: None
Photography: Neil Krug
Design: Mat Maitland
# Name Time
1. "West Coast" (ZHU Remix) 4:24
2. "West Coast" (Ten Ven Remix) 4:33
3. "West Coast" (The GRADES Icon Mix) 4:20
4. "West Coast" (MK Remix) 5:26
West Coast (The Remixes)
West Coast - Single Label: Vertigo/Capitol
Format: Digital
Released: July 11, 2014
Barcode: None
Photography: Neil Krug
Design: Mat Maitland
# Name Time
1. "West Coast" (Radio Mix) 3:47
2. "West Coast"   4:15
3. "West Coast" (Alle Farben Remix) 7:05
4. "West Coast" (Yavuz Ak & FevZee Remix) 6:16
5. "West Coast" (The Grades Icon Mix) 4:17
6. "West Coast" (Solomun Remix) 8:07
7. "West Coast" (The Young Professionals Minimal Remix) 3:56
8. "West Coast" (Jabberwocky Remix) 3:34
9. "West Coast" (The Young Professionals Dark Remix) 5:39
West Coast (The Remixes)
West Coast The Remixes France Label: Polydor, Interscope
Format: Digital
Released: July 11, 2014
Barcode: None
Photography: Neil Krug
Design: Uncredited
# Name Time
1. "West Coast"   4:15
2. "West Coast" (Radio Mix) 3:48
3. "West Coast" (The Young Professionals Minimal Remix) 3:57
4. "West Coast" (Jabberwocky Remix) 3:35
5. "West Coast" (Alle Farben Remix) 7:08
6. "West Coast" (The Young Professionals Dark Remix) 5:41
7. "West Coast" (Yavuz Ak & FevZee Remix) 6:16
8. "West Coast" (The Grades Icon Mix) 4:19
9. "West Coast" (Solomun Remix) 8:09
West Coast (Solomun Remixes) - Single
West Coast Solomun Remixes Label: Polydor, Interscope
Format: Digital
Released: October 29, 2014
Barcode: None
Photography: None
Design: Uncredited
# Name Time
1. "West Coast" (Solomun Remix Dub) 8:07
2. "West Coast" (Solomun Remix) 8:07

Promotional release[]

West Coast CD by Polydor in UK[]

West Coast CD by Universal Music in Netherlands[]

West Coast CD by Polydor in France[]

West Coast CD by Universal Music in UK[]

West Coast (Dan Heath Orchestral Remix) CD by Polydor in UK[]

West Coast CD by Universal Music in Japan[]

Credits[]

Personnel

Album Version

  • Lana Del Rey — vocals, background vocals, songwriting
  • Rick Nowels — songwriting
  • Dan Auerbach — production, electric guitar, shaker, 12-string acoustic guitar, synthesizers, mixing (Album Version)
  • Collin Dupuis — engineering, drum programming
  • Maximillian Weissenfeldt — drums
  • Nick Movshon — drums, electric bass
  • Leon Michels — mellotron, synthesizer
  • Russ Pahl — pedal steel guitar
  • Kenny Vaughan — electric guitar
  • Rob Orton — mixing (Single Version)
  • John Davis — mastering

Radio Mix

  • Lana Del Rey — vocals, background vocals, songwriting
  • Rick Nowels — songwriting, producer, guitar [Mexican guitar], bass guitar, chamberlin, mellotron
  • Blaise Thomas — producer assistant
  • Kieron Menzies — drum programming, engineer
  • Brian Griffin — drums [live drums]
  • Patrick Warren — organ
  • Rusty Anderson — electric guitar
  • Tim Pierce — electric guitar
  • Ajay Bhattacharya (STINT) — drum programming
  • Per Eklund — percussion
  • Tom Herbert — bass guitar
  • Trevor Yasuda — engineer
  • Chris Garcia — engineer
  • Jordan Stilwell — engineer
  • Rob Orton — mixing
  • Götz-Michael Rieth — mastering
Technical
  • Published by R-Rated Music administered by EMI April Music Inc. ASCAP/Sony/ATV Music Publishing
  • Strings recorded at The Bridge Recording, Los Angeles, United States

Charts and certifications[]

Weekly charts[]

Chart (2014) Peak
position
Australia (ARIA)[41] 44
Belgium (Ultratip Bubbling Under Flanders)[42] 4
Belgium (Ultratop 50 Wallonia)[43] 47
Canada (Canadian Hot 100)[44] 26
CIS (TopHit)[45] 148
Denmark (Tracklisten)[46] 39
Finland Download (Latauslista)[47] 21
France (SNEP)[48] 34
Germany (Official German Charts)[49] 22
Greece Digital Songs (Billboard)[50] 3
Hungary (Single Top 40)[51] 13
Ireland (IRMA)[52] 31
Israel (Media Forest)[53] 5
Italy (FIMI)[54] 18
New Zealand (RMNZ)[55] 31
Scotland (OCC)[56] 18
Slovakia (Singles Digitál Top 100)[57] 89
Spain (PROMUSICAE)[58] 12
Switzerland (Schweizer Hitparade)[59] 13
UK Singles (OCC)[60] 21
US Billboard Hot 100[61] 17
US Rock Airplay (Billboard)[62] 26
US Alternative Airplay (Billboard)[63] 29
US Adult Alternative Songs (Billboard)[64] 3
Chart (2023) Peak
position
Greece International (IFPI)[65] 62

Year-end chart[]

Chart (2014) Position
France (SNEP)[66] 183

Certifications[]

Region Certification Certified units/Sales
Australia (ARIA)[67] 2× Platinum 140,000
Italy (FIMI)[68] Gold 100,000
United Kingdom (BPI)[69] Gold 400,000
United States (RIAA)[70] 2× Platinum 2,000,000
Streaming
Greece (IFPI Greece)[71] Platinum 2,000,000

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  17. ISRC Code: GBUM71401934
  18. ISRC Code: GBUM71401917
  19. ISRC: GBUM71403441
  20. ISRC: DEUM71402426
  21. ISRC: GBUM71402613
  22. ISRC: GBUM71404392
  23. ISRC: GBUM71402617
  24. ISRC: GBUM71403442
  25. ISRC: GBUM71403688
  26. ISRC: GBUM71403443
  27. ISRC: GBUM71403444
  28. ISRC: GBUM71403461
  29. ISRC: GBUM71403462
  30. ISRC: GBUM71402587
  31. ISRC: GBUM71403463
  32. ISRC: GBUM71404567
  33. ISRC: GBUM71403689
  34. ISRC: GBUM71403687
  35. ISRC: GBUM71403464
  36. ISRC: GBUM71402612
  37. ISRC: DEUM71402427
  38. ISRC: GBUM71403486
  39. ISRC: GBUM71404991
  40. ISRC: GBUM71404593
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Notes[]

  1. This is speculation and should not be relied upon. It has not been confirmed by any official sources, but has been reported by Honeymoun, who is considered a reliable insider by the community.
  2. This is speculation and should not be relied upon. It has not been confirmed by any official sources, but has been reported by Unknown, who is considered a reliable insider by the community.


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