Heartbreak Won’t Be Theme for Katy Perry's Next Album
Is she or isn’t she? That’s the question behind Katy Perry’s next career move – or, considering her flop of a concert film, an album. Speaking with Capital FM, Perry spoke about future material in a general sense. While not revealing if she is in the studio or not or when fans should expect even a single, Perry discussed tone.
Specifically, her relationship with Russell Brand won’t become song fodder. And, comparing her work with Adele’s, Perry mentioned a sad tone won’t pervade her next effort. Instead, she said: "I would love to just let it be the black box of who I am."
The “Part of Me” singer then said: "I'd never devote a whole record to heartbreak. I'm happy, I'm in a good place, I'm looking forward to my future."
As a holdover for fans, Teenage Dream: The Complete Confection came out this year, spawning singles “Part of Me” and “Wide Awake.” Katy Perry: Part of Me, a concert movie, on the other hand, turned out to be a box office failure. The movie only pulled in $11.4 million in four days, but the release date – the weekend around July 4 – featured one of the summer’s major blockbusters, The Amazing Spider-Man.
Perry appears to be on the fence regarding new material. Around the time “Wide Awake” was announced as a single, the singer stated she intends to take a vacation.
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