Katy Perry Teases New Music With a Cryptic Instagram Video
By Zach Seemayer
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Katy Perry gave fans another enigmatic hint at her upcoming new music on Tuesday.
The singer took to Instagram to share a video which featured a mirror ball attached to a heavy steel chain being dragged across the floor. The chain is tethered to the ankle of a women (presumably Perry), wearing a pair of silver high-heels.
"Why are we all so chained..." Perry wrote in the caption, along with the date, "#FRIDAYTHE10TH."
Several hours earlier, Perry posted another "new clue" in the form of a time-lapse video of two workers putting up a billboard, featuring Perry's face -- new blonde 'do and all -- and that same mysterious date.
Fans are still unsure if the singer is planning to drop a new single or an entire new album on Feb. 10, but Perry did recently confirm that she's signed on to perform at the GRAMMYs, which air Feb. 12. That means she could be performing some of her new track (or tracks) live just days after they are released.
"I'm working with a lot of unexpected writers and producers and … that's bringing out a lot of different things sonically," the "Roar" singer revealed. "I'm putting myself in unexpected situations and that is breeding a lot of new color."