Chances are you’ll have seen a clip of Lana Del Rey’s Blue Velvet video on TV about 100 times already but in case you want to see the video in full you can check it out above.
The singer has covered the track as part of her autumn/winter campaign for H&M. As you probably know Del Rey was snapped up as the face of the collection at the start of the summer with the full campaign being released just a few weeks ago.
To further push the collection H&M and the singer have come up with an extensive TV campaign which also doubles up as a music video for the singer. It sees Del Rey singing Blue Velvet into an old school microphone as a fairly empty room looks on looking rather bored.
The track was of course first recorded by Isabella Rossellini in 1986 when it was released as the title track for the David Lynch film of the same name. This video in fact seems to have taken some inspiration from the director with lots of muted tones and rather freaky goings on.