After much speculation that tortured chanteuse Lana Del Rey's sophomore record Ultraviolence was due out in May, it turns out that fans of LDR's beautifully-tragic tunes will have to wait a little longer. The singer revealed via Twitter that her highly-anticipated record is coming June 16th, which leaves about a month for her following to wait for the Dan Auerbach-produced release. Ultraviolence's first single, "West Coast", is a solid preview of what's to come off LDR's new collection of songs. The album's track list carries on the broken-hearted party-girl image that Lana has built up for herself, with titles like "Cruel World" and "The Other Woman" painting a picture of the downtrodden crooner that's everybody's guilty pleasure. Are you looking forward to hearing Lana Del Rey's Ultraviolence on June 16th?