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Closing out Apple's special event in Brooklyn, N.Y., Lana Del Rey surprised the audience by performing two emotional songs from her upcoming album Norman Fucking Rockwell on Monday (Oct. 29).

The event (which introduced the new Macbook Air, Mac Mini and iPad Pro) offered Del Rey a chance to debut a taste of her new music coming in 2019. “They told us not to swear, so I can’t tell you the name of the album,” she reportedly said during the performance.

The record, produced by Jack Antonoff, will feature the recently released "Sylvia Plath" as well as "Venice Bitch" and "How to Disappear," the two songs she performed at the event. Antonoff played the piano during the moving performance as Del Rey delivered her signature dreamy, chilling vocals.

In the touching "How to Disappear," she offered the heartfelt lyrics, "He moves mountains and turns them to ground again/And I watch the guys getting high/As they fight for the things that they hold dear/To forget the things they fear/And this is how they disappear."

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