Lana Del Rey Says All Proceeds From New Song 'Looking For America' To Go Mass Shooting Survivors

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Lana Del Rey released an impromptu song called "Looking for America" on Friday in response to the recent string of mass shootings in the United States – and revealed on her social media that proceeds from the song will go towards survivor funds.

"Thinking of everyone this morning – we finished our song and just want to let you know all of my proceeds are going to Gilroy Garlic Festival Victims Relief Fund, El Paso Community Relief Fund and Dayton Foundation," she wrote.

Lana also dropped a cover of Donovan's "Season of the Witch."

"Looking for America" is presumably included on Del Rey's next album, Norman F*cking Rockwell, which is due at the end of this month and features extensive contributions from Jack Antonoff.

The "Season of the Witch" cover was recorded for Guillermo del Toro new film Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark," out now. Del Rey helped honor the producer when he received his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame earlier this month.