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6 October 2013, 08:00
The 'Part Of Me' singer exclusively opens up to Capital about what fans can expect from the record.
Katy Perry says her new album 'Prism' has a good balance of both "fun party songs" as well as "introspective ballads", which she thinks fans will really find inspiration in.
The 'Roar' singer opened up exclusively to Capital's Max this week about her third studio record, giving fans inside details about what they can expect from the full album later this month.
Not every song has an inspirational message or an anthem attached to it because that can be a little daunting," she revealed exclusively to Capital. "You want to represent the rest of your life which is sometimes just flippant and fun.
"I like to cover the whole spectrum of emotion, but I give as much attention to my fun party songs as I do my introspective ballads," Katy explained. "Those are very important to me, that's where the real singer-songwriter in me comes out and it helps me connect best I think with the listener.
Listen to Katy Perry chatting to Capital's Max about what she hopes fans take away from her new album below:
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"I think this record is going to be a record that is unlike my other two in that people really jumped on board after 'Teenage Dream' came out," the 'Part Of Me' singer continued. "At the end of the whole cycle people had bought like five, six or seven songs and realised, 'Oh I can just get her whole record because I trust that she's putting good songs out!'/ It's nice, I think people will take that trust and it will continue with this record," Katy added.
Katy Perry releases her new album 'Prism' on 21st October.
Listen to Max's full chat with Katy Perry this Sunday (6th October) from 7pm.