All of Lady Gaga‘s little monsters were met with dismay recently when the era-defining pop singer announced the release of her upcoming sixth album, Chromatica, would be delayed as a result of the ongoing global COVID-19 pandemic.
The LP was originally set for an April 10, 2020 release, however currently there is not an officially rescheduled release date. In Gaga’s message to fans via social media, she projected Chromatica will still be out in 2020 but offered little other information.
After putting out the albums fiery lead single, “Stupid Love,” Lady Gaga is keeping mindful of her fans, sharing Chromatica‘s album artwork to tide over appetites for more Gaga.
Similar to the aesthetic of the LP’s Tchami-produced lead single, the cover of Chromatica sees Gaga ready to face warriors in a futuristic wasteland. Shot by photographer Norbert Schoerner, the album’s artwork points to an overarching futuristic cyber-punk theme across the record. In addition to the main artwork, Gaga also shared the individual designs for the physical copies of the album including both vinyl and cassette tapes.
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