Last night, the Lana Del Rey Norman Fucking Rockwell! tour descended on Denver’s Bellco Theatre. During the show, punters were surprised with a most ethereal onstage collaboration. Death Cab For Cutie frontman Ben Gibbard and Blue Mountains songwriting royalty Julia Jacklin joined Del Rey.

Gibbard and Del Rey joined forces on a soul-stirring performance of the emo staple duet ‘I Will Follow You Into The Dark’. Which you can check out below.

Watch: Lana Del Rey perform ‘I Will Follow You Into The Dark’ with Ben Gibbard of Death Cab For Cutie
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Julia Jacklin and Del Rey performed a rendition of Jacklin’s Crushing masterpiece ‘Don’t Know How To Keep Loving You’. Heaven is a place on earth and it can be found in the serene marriage of these two voices. Check out the performance below.

Watch: Lana Del Rey perform ‘Don’t Know How To Keep Loving You’ with Julia Jacklin
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In related news, Perth songwriter extraordinaire Stella Donnelley just unveiled a brand new video for her track ‘Seasons Greetings.’ The music video was co-directed by Jacklin, alongside Nick Mckk.

From the moment I wrote ‘Season’s Greetings’, I could visualise a video concept for it. I wanted to try and exaggerate the sometimes nuanced atmosphere of a blisteringly hot, Australian Christmas lunch,” Donnelly explains in a press release. “Working with Nick and Julia on this made the day so much fun because they were able to actually manifest my ideas into a reality.”

Julia Jacklin will be heading around the country for a headline tour in March next year. You can find all the relevant details below.

Watch: Stella Donnelly – ‘Season Greetings’
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Julia Jacklin
2020 Australian Tour

Tickets on sale Wednesday, 23rd October via ticketek.

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Thursday 5 March
Enmore Theatre,
Sydney, NSW

Friday 13 March
Astor Theatre,
Perth, WA

Saturday 14 March
The Gov,
Adelaide, SA

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