"Ultraviolence" (2014) saw Lana depart from Born To Die's (2012) Hip-Hop influence in turn for a psychedelic rock aesthetic - throughout the album nostalgic guitars ring out, you feel every drum hit and her pained yet angelic vocals compliment each track. The production is faultless. The smooth transitioning between sections shows elegance and attention detail, so much so that it can almost be felt. It creates the sonic idea that each nuance was carefully chosen to specifically speak the stories she tells us. Lana's "Ultraviolence" is slower to digest in comparison to "Born To Die" but just at satisfying once you appreciate the level of precision - Listen to "Shades Of Cool" and take in the fulfilling thick harmonies.