Looks like Lana Del Rey is really playing up that "Summertime Sadness" vibe.
The 29-year-old singer released the music video for her latest hit, "Ultraviolence," today—the third single off of her album of the same name.
Del Rey took to Instagram to share a screen grab from the clip, which she captioned, "Is all that we see or seem but a dream within a dream?"
Her message speaks to the video's dreamlike state, which features a brooding Lana wearing a fitted white wedding dress while she takes a walk down a very long aisle.
However, when she reaches the altar, there's no groom in sight, and she's left standing alone in her bridal wear before giving the camera a gloomy stare.
The soft-focus lighting and muted colors in the clip play out like a fancy Instagram video, which couldn't be more fitting since the clip was shot entirely on an iPhone.
While Del Rey's face is the only one featured, at one point, we see a man's hands enter the shot before Lana playfully sucks on his fingers while sensually singing the lyrics.
The man in question is rumored to be Vogue photographer Francesco Carrozzini, who not only directed the music video, but is also reportedly dating the "Young and Beautiful" stunner.
The two were last seen earlier this month getting very cozy together in Italy, and Carrozzini also posted a screengrab from the video on his own IG account.
In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, which took place at the apartment of her apparent new love interest, the "Born to Die" beauty wasn't shy while discussing her moody public demeanor.
"Well, I feel f--king crazy," she admitted before clarifying, "But I don't think I am. People make me feel crazy."
Safe to say her most recent music video speaks to that sentiment.