Katy Perry has teased fans about her new album and revealed that it will be different from her latest single.
The 31-year-old pop beauty recently released the single “Rise” as the anthem of the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, but she says the new album will be different.
“It’s too soon to define it. I want to let the music define itself when it comes out,” she told Mashable.
“I’ve been taking my time making this record and I just wanted to have a bridge of something whether I was thinking about doing something for a film or something like this and this seemed so obvious and such a perfect fit.”
The singer also said that “Rise” was perfect for the Olympic Games, but that she would not be including it on her follow-up to 2013’s Prism.
“I would never necessarily go with this type of song as the first single in the middle of summer.
“It wasn’t obvious as something I would go with for the next record, but it seemed to match the spirit of the athletes.”
Where will Katy take her music after the kaleidoscope of pop sounds found on Prism? What would you like to hear more of on the album?