Katy Perry’s up and coming album Smile drops Aug. 28. Katy Perry has delivered the official music video for her new single “Smile,” the title track for her upcoming fifth studio album.
In the fun-loving video, which previously debuted on Facebook Thursday, the 35-year-old vocalist changes into a clown while playing a computer game. The more significant part of the video is CGI. Her virtual character overcoming different obstructions in the bazaar as a surprisingly realistic Perry plays the computer game from home.
“Yeah, I’m thankful/ Scratch that, baby, I’m grateful/ Gotta say it’s been a while/ But now I got back that smile/ Smile,” Perry, who is currently expecting her first child with fiancé Orlando Bloom, sings in the video.
“The official video for #SMILE is out everywhere now! Which character in #KatysQuest are you? 🐸🤴🐔💪🏼🐵🤡,” Perry wrote on social media alongside a poster featuring the video game characters. “Thanks @Alienware for the sah-weet gaming gear, and now I’ll finally learn a new skill in quarantine.” Perry delivered the main “Smile” music video — an “execution” video — a month ago. “Flip around ur glare 😠🔄😁 because an exhibition video of #SMILE is up now at the connection in my profile ,” she shared on Instagram at that point.
The underlying video is likewise carnival-themed, with Perry wearing clown cosmetics and bright outfits, blissfully singing about getting her Smile back.
As of late, the singer opened up about the melody on her up and the upcoming album that she’s generally eager to play for her little girl in transit.
During a virtual appearance on SiriusXM’s VIP Meeting, Perry clarified that the track “What Makes a Woman” has an engaging message that she trusts her baby girl will acknowledge.
“It’s a song about how you are gonna have a tough time measuring what truly makes a woman because women are so many things,” the mama-to-be remarked. “And I like to say not one thing, not just one thing. And such chameleons, and so adaptable, and so malleable and transformative. And can handle the weight of the world on their backs and do it all in heels. And make it look pretty effortless sometimes.”
It comes at nothing unexpected after Perry uncovered that her unborn girl previously figured out how to revolt like a rockstar when a sonogram indicated what resembles the infant hurling a center finger.
In her most recent interview, Perry talked about how she was cutting it excessively close with the due date for the infant and the due date for her up and coming fifth studio album Smile. Yet, creation delays pushed back the last date from Aug. 14 to Aug. 28.
She said she’s organizing her entry into motherhood over the customary album rollout process, which the regular columnist wouldn’t expect now considering she’s done almost 100 interviews about Smile. Her unique arrangement, pre-COVID, included delivering the album, having the infant, and avoiding the visit. Be that as it may, presently, every pop star is reluctantly following her last advance because of the progressing pandemic.
“But yes, I probably don’t have as much FOMO as I would have if the world hadn’t shifted,” she told The Guardian. “There is definitely a groundedness of: ‘Here’s the music, enjoy, love ya, I’m out!'”
Bloom additionally, as of late, shared how much he’s been foreseeing the appearance of his baby girl during his Today around evening time Show with Jimmy Fallon interview this week. “I’m so excited to have a little daddy’s girl,” he said during the segment. “I hope she’s going to love me as much as I’m going to love her.”