Lana Del Rey: "I aspire to be on a bike on the road"
Lana Del Rey has been sharing her appreciation for biker culture.
The ‘Ultraviolence’ star cast a number of bikers in video for her 2012 track ‘Ride’. She explained the significance of these characters and their lifestyle in an interview with the French radio show the ‘Laura Leishman Project'.
Lana stated: “The reason why bikers and biker culture is so important to me is that we have the same principle in mind, freedom and staying free.”
She continued: “For them that means being on two wheels on the road, which is why that's a recurring motif for me.”
Not only does the ‘West Coast’ singer admire the biker way of life, she also aspires to take to the road herself some day.
Del Rey revealed: “'I'm not able to be free like that right now, I still have a lot of work. What I aspire to be is probably on a bike on the road at some point.”
Yesterday afternoon (June 28) saw Lana Del Rey make her debut appearance at Glastonbury. 28-year-old Lana’s set on the Pyramid Stage saw her working through many of her biggest hits including ‘Video Games’, ‘Blue Jeans’ and ‘Young And Beautiful’. ‘National Anthem’ provided the climax to her performance.
Lana Del Rey will find out later today if her album 'Ultraviolence' has stayed at the top of the UK albums chart for second week.
Watch Lana Del Rey's 'Ride' video below:
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