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Watch Lana Del Rey perform with Lucy Dacus and Best Coast during Chicago tour stop

And the dwell duets on Del Rey’s ‘The Norman Fucking Rockwell!’ tour carry on coming…

Lana Del Rey shared the stage with Lucy Dacus and Finest Coast final night time (November 8) through the Chicago cease of her ‘The Norman Fucking Rockwell!’ tour.

Opening up for Del Rey at Chicago’s Aragon Ballroom, Dacus later joined the ‘Blue Denims’ singer throughout her set to carry out a duet of her tune ‘Evening Shift’.

Earlier within the night, Del Rey invited Finest Coast’s Bethany Cosentino to affix her on stage. Collectively the pair sang ‘Once I’m With You’ earlier than Cosentino was given the ground for a solo efficiency of ‘Up All Evening’.

This isn’t the primary time that Del Rey has introduced out a visitor musician throughout her ‘The Norman Fucking Rockwell!’ tour.

Final month, she shocked followers by bringing out folks icon Joan Baez to carry out two tracks. Earlier than that she carried out a canopy of Leonard Cohen‘s ‘Chelsea Lodge #2’ with the late musician’s son, Adam Cohen.

Watch clips of Del Rey’s performances with Lucy Dacus and Bethany Cosentino under:

Lana Del Rey’s ‘The Norman Fucking Rockwell!’ Chicago set checklist:

‘Norman Fucking Rockwell’
‘Bartender’
‘For Free’ (Joni Mitchell cowl)
‘Once I’m With You’ (Finest Coast cowl) (with Bethany Cosentino)
‘Up All Evening’ (Finest Coast cowl) (Bethany Cosentino solo, Lana sat out)
‘Born to Die’
‘Blue Denims’
‘Cherry’
‘White Mustang’
‘Fairly When You Cry’
‘Change’ / ‘Black Magnificence’ / ‘Younger and Lovely’ / ‘Experience’
‘Video Video games’
‘Cinnamon Lady’
‘Evening Shift’ (Lucy Dacus cowl) (with Lucy Dacus)
‘Summertime Disappointment’
‘Doin’ Time’ (Elegant cowl)
‘Off to the Races’
‘Venice Bitch’

In the meantime, Lana Del Rey has mentioned that she needs to collaborate with The Nationwide.

Requested who she’d prefer to be her subsequent collaborator in an interview, the singer replied: “Effectively, I actually like The Nationwide. His voice, I give it some thought… so much.”

“Each time a tune is taking part in and I’m like, who’s that? It’s all the time them,” she completed.