It’s been almost a month since Lady Gaga dropped her latest single “Stupid Love” and started teasing her new album, but its release date has just been postponed. The singer announced she felt it’s better to push its release date in the face of everything that’s happening right now.
Lady Gaga shared a lengthy Instagram post explaining her “incredibly tough decision”, and said she wouldn’t feel right to release her album in the midst of a global pandemic, despite the fact she believes that art is one of the best ways to provide joy and healing.
The “Bad Romance” singer also revealed she had a secret Coachella set lined up, but the festival has been canceled in the meantime. She also postponed her Las Vegas dates through May 10th, but she’s hoping to resume her residency later that month and proceed with her Chromatica Ball tour as planned.
“I hope you can see that when the album does come out, I want us to be able to dance together, sweat together, hug and kiss each other, and make the most bombastic celebration of all time,” wrote the singer on Instagram.
Chromatica was supposed to come out on April 10th, and Lady Gaga said she’ll announce a new release date very soon.