Miles Kane reveals existence of 'lost' album with Lana Del Rey

Lana included the songs Dealer and Thunder from the axed collaboration on her latest record Blue Banisters.

Miles Kane has revealed that he and Lana Del Rey have recorded an album’s worth of material that has yet to see the light of day.

Miles releases his new album Change The Show this Friday (January 21) but this material dates back to at least 2017, where he and Lana cut several demos for a proposed collaboration between Lana and The Last Shadow Puppets, Miles' supergroup with Alex Turner of the Arctic Monkeys.

Several scraps from the sessions have been released - Miles included Loaded on his 2018 album Coup De Grace, while Lana's most recent album Blue Banisters contained Dealer and Thunder.

Speaking to Far Out magazine, Miles admitted that a lot of material for the scrapped record hasn't been used.

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“There’s quite a lot, y’know,” he said. “Probably enough for an album, we’d still need to finish some bits off, but there’s definitely some completed tunes.”

Lana has hinted at the existence of a  full album with Kane before. The project was started with Mini Mansions’ Zach Dawes and Tyler Parkford, as well as Loren Humphrey – all three of whom are members of The Last Shadow Puppets alumni.

California - a track from her critically acclaimed 2019 opus Normal F**king Rockwell! - was also created during these sessions. View Lana's Official Charts history in full here.

New music from Lana is on the horizon and coming very soon. As previously announced, she's contributed a new song to the soundtrack of teen drama Euphoria. Watercolor Eyes drops tomorrow (January 21).