Lady Gaga reveals ‘Chromatica’ album art, release date

Little Monsters, the wait will soon be over.

Lady Gaga’s fifth solo studio album, “Chromatica” — originally slated to be released April 10, but postponed due to the coronavirus crisis — will be spreading “Stupid Love” across many a living-room dance floor on May 29.

The 34-year-old revealed the release date along with the official album art on social media Wednesday.

The album, Gaga’s first since her Oscar-winning turn in “A Star Is Born,” is preceded by the hit “Stupid Love,” a return to the disco-stick-riding diva who first launched to stardom with 2008’s “The Fame” and 2011’s “Born This Way.”

Gaga has hinted that this album will be all about just dancing, but she postponed the party out of respect to the pandemic that was much bigger than any disco ball could be.

“While I believe art is one of the strongest things we have to provide joy and healing to each other during times like this, it just doesn’t feel right to me to release this album with all that is going on with this global pandemic,” Gaga wrote on Instagram on March 24.

She went on to reveal that she has some surprises in store for all her Little Monsters. “I had so many fun things planned for us to celebrate together,” she wrote. “I had a secret Coachella set lined up, and a lot of other fun surprises, some of which I’m still planning to share with all of you very soon! ‘Chromatica’ is still very much on the way and I can’t wait.”

The feeling is very much mutual, Gaga.

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