More details have been revealed when it comes to the second album by pop icon Lana Del Rey. The singer posted to her Instagram a shot of her and Black Keys frontman Dan Auerbach in the studio, with the caption "Me and Dan Auerbach are excited to present you Ultraviolence." below. LDR shared the title of the album, inspired by A Clockwork Orange, back when she debuted her short film Tropico in December of 2013. There were rumors that Del Rey and Auerbach were recording together in January in Nashville, and now it's been confirmed that he is producing her new album. There have been no track names listed as of yet, and Lana's latest single, her cover of "Once Upon A Dream" from the Disney movie Maleficent, won't be appearing on Ultraviolence. Music fans are definitely impressed that Auerbach is producing LDR's sophomore record, due out this May.