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Katy Perry Releases Teaser for #Roar!

Pop sensation Katy Perry has released a video teaser for her new single ‘Roar’! The single is the latest track from her new album Prism, which is scheduled for release on the 22nd of October. ‘Roar’ is the leading track for the new album and will make it on to the airwaves from the 22nd of August.

The video clip gives fans a little taste of what is to come. In the video, Perry steps out of the darkness with a lighter and sets fire to the infamous blue wig that she worn for her ‘California Dream‘ world tour. The action is loaded with symbolism with people suggesting that Perry is breaking away from the girly pop image into something a bit more serious.

Which means Prism could be something a little different if we are to believe Perry. The announcement of the new album was made public when a giant gold truck with the words “Katy Perry – Prism – 10-22-13” sprayed across it was caught driving through the streets of Los Angeles.

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Prism will be Perry’s fourth major studio album and her first since 2010’s smashing global hit, Teenage Dream, which included the popular singles, ‘California Gurls‘, ‘Firework‘, ‘Last Friday Night‘ and of course, ‘Teenage Dream’.


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