Lady Gaga has set May 29th as the new release date for her album Chromatica.
The album was initially slated for release April 10th but was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The pre-sale link reveals newly revealed album cover art, which has Gaga pressed against a pink-backlit metal gate by a silvery rendering of the previously seen Chromatica logo.
Chromatica is executive produced by Lady Gaga and music producer BloodPop and will be available in a variety of physical formats, including different colored vinyls and cassettes.
The album features songs with Ariana Grande, Elton John and K-pop girl group Black Pink. Lady Gaga shared a music video for the album’s first single, “Stupid Love,” in March.
Lady Gaga is “self-quarantining” with her boyfriend, Michael Polansky, amid the pandemic. She will take part in an upcoming YouTube special for graduating seniors, Dear Class of 2020.
Chromatica is Lady Gaga’s first studio album since Joanne, released in 2016.
The full tracklist for Chromatica:
- “Stupid Love”
- “Rain on Me” with Ariana Grande
- “Free Woman”
- “Fun Tonight”
- “Chromatica II”
- “Plastic Doll”
- “Sour Candy” with Black Pink
- “Chromatica III”
- “Sine from Above” with Elton John
- “1000 Doves”