Lana Del Rey unveils double music video for 'F**k It I Love You' and 'The Greatest'

"F**k It I Love You" and "The Greatest" both appear on Del Rey's upcoming new album, which will arrive on August 30.

Ahead of the album release, Del Rey has shared a new visual for both "Norman F**king Rockwell" songs, directed by American filmmaker Rich Lee.

The songstress previously teased the joint video with a trailer earlier this August, in which she plays darts and sings karaoke in an old bar.

The video features several elements of Del Rey's signature Americana aesthetic, including a scene in which she fake-surfs in a '60s-inspired red one-piece.

She also appears swinging on a tire swing and painting in a studio, while she croons "Dream a little dream of me/Turn this into something sweet/Turn the radio on, dancing to a pop song."

The second half of the video shows the singer in an old-school dive bar, offering a glimpse of some of her musical influences such as Joni Mitchell, Jeff Buckley and Leonard Cohen.

"I miss Long Beach and I miss you, babe/ I miss dancing with you the most of all/I miss the bar where the Beach Boys would go," she sings in the opening verse of "The Greatest."

Lana Del Rey first announced her highly anticipated sixth studio album, "Norman F**king Rockwell," back in July.

The record, which follows 2017's "Lust for Life," features guest collaborators Jack Antonoff, Laura Sisk, Rick Nowles and Zach Dawes.

The singer has already shared several tracks off the album, including "Mariners Apartment Complex," "Venice B*tch" and "Hope is a dangerous thing for a woman like me to have - But I have it."

Next fall, Lana del Rey will embark on an expansive U.S. and European tour in support of "Norman F**king Rockwell," kicking off on September 21 in New York. Tickets and additional information are available on her official website.

See the double music video for "F**k It I Love You" and "The Greatest" below: