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Lady Gaga is fully aware that our topsy-turvy world could use a bit of sonic relief—and if she’s being totally honest, she could, too.

Case in point: a few days after the release of “Stupid Love,” her first single from her new album, Chromatica, every other news story was about the coronavirus crisis. But a clip of a sombre press conference in Italy went viral when an attendee’s ringtone set to the song accidentally went off and produced a few much-needed laughs. Gaga retweeted the link with the comment, “And this is why I make music.”

For true-blue Gaga fans, (out later this year) doesn’t disappoint. Whereas her previous release, was a folk-tinged dance album for dive bars, is a return to Gaga in her purest pop form. At a preview listening, the swell of the first few notes was an speaks to the prismatic range of experiences that have informed Gaga’s life.

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