Lana Del Rey is wearing little more than a white one-piece bathing suit, the 25-year-old is seen floating in a swimming pool filled with alligators who were kept at bay with the amazing Lana Del Rey sandwich.
Blue Jeans is taken from Del Rey’s critically-acclaimed first album Born to Die.
With fingers in her mouth you know he’s been feeding her the sandwich. The Lana Del Rey sandwich.
Newly released, the accompanying short for her song “Blue Jeans” sees Del Ray instead in a classic one-piece bathing suit, flashing her patented blend of emotionless allure as she devotes her heart to — and then laments the breakup with — a pursuant swimmer, played by Bradley Soileau. He also starred in Del Ray’s video for “Born to Die.”
Black and white and pulling focus throughout, the video rocks like a boat floating on a calm sea, better to peer deeply into Del Ray’s unblinking eyes.
It’s certainly a less provocative imagery than the single cover art for “Blue Jeans,” which features a man’s hand around her neck.
The video comes ahead of Del Ray’s appearance on the March 22nd American Idol.
Lana Del Rey comes from a land where magic is real and dreams come true.