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Lana Del Rey unveils potential 'Ultraviolence' album artwork

Earlier this afternoon (May 9), songstress Lana Del Rey unveiled a photograph via her official Twitter page that appears to be the artwork for her upcoming new album, 'Ultraviolence'. 

She didn't accompany the image (pictured left) with a caption, but instead simply shared it with her followers on the social networking site and the photo is emblazoned with the record's confirmed title. 

The 'Summertime Sadness' star treated fans to the album's tracklisting earlier this week and has also now uploaded the full music video for her new single, 'West Coast', so it seems likely that this image is the album art for the impending new studio offering. 

Dan Auerbach, of The Black Keys, has been producing the album and recently told Rolling Stone magazine that she was fantastic to work with: "She's a true eccentric, and, you know, extremely talented. She has a definite vision of what she is and what she wants to be, musically and visually, which is cool. [Drummer Patrick Carney] and I have always just been, like, ‘You can take our photo, I guess,’ but she just like looks at this whole thing as this big art project that she gets to do, which is great."

Watch her new music video for 'West Coast' here: