Get 'High by the Beach' With Lana Del Rey in Her New Video

Lana Del Rey arrives at the Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills, California, on January 11. Mario Anzuoni/Reuters

The queen of summer bummers, Lana Del Rey, released a video for her gossamer new revenge single, "High by the Beach," on Thursday. The woozy single-take video features Del Rey doing some of her favorite things, including wearing loungey, '60s-inspired robes, reposing languidly on soft beds, being melancholy, aimlessly flipping through a magazine and musing about getting stoned on the shore.

It's common knowledge that Del Rey isn't keen on journalists, but in "High by the Beach" she really gives the paparazzi a piece of her mind by, er, gunning down a helicopter once she spots a man snapping photos of her. "High by the Beach" is off Del Rey's forthcoming album, Honeymoon, the follow-up to 2014's Ultraviolence. The details thus far are mum, but as Rolling Stone notes, Del Rey has hinted that the album will contain a cover of Nina Simone's "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood."

Del Rey most recently wrapped up a brief tour with Courtney Love and is said to be beachcombing as we speak.