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The long wait is over for Lana Del Rey fans because Chemtrails Over the Country Club is finally here.

Like many albums delayed due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, her seventh studio album finally landed on streaming music platforms at midnight on Friday (March 19).

This serves as the follow-up album to Norman F—ing Rockwell from 2019, which peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard 200.

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The album also includes previously released singles “Let Me Love You Like a Woman” and the title track “Chemtrails Over the Country Club.”

Listen to Chemtrails Over the Country Club in full below.

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