Crisis of the coronavirus | Lady Gaga postpones the release of their new album


The singer Lady Gaga has announced Tuesday the decision to postpone the release of their new album ‘Chromatica’ indefinitely, since it had planned to launch it on the 10th of April, in coincidence with a surprise concert at the Coachella festival, postponed by the crisis of the coronavirus.

“After much deliberation, I have made the difficult decision to postpone the release of ‘Chromatica'”, I will announce a new date soon,” said the artist on their social networks.

According to Gaga, the publication of his new album was going to becompañada “lots of surprises”as a secret concert in Coachella, the festival of spring which had to be postponed until the autumn by the COVID-19, like so many other events.

“This is a hectic time and terrifying for all of us, and although I think that art is one of the things stronger than we are, to give us joy and healing in moments like this, I just don’t seem right to launch this album with everything that is happening during this global pandemic”, has been justified to the author of such hits as “Bad Romance” and “Born This Way”.

In addition, the star has cancelled the performances of your show in Las Vegas (Nevada, USA) scheduled from April 30 to may 11, but adds that it expects its shows scheduled for late may “can continue.”

“I also hope we can see you in my tour ‘Chromatica Ball’ this summer,” he insisted.

Gaga announced her next album in early march, just weeks before pleading to the coronavirus as a pandemic and initiating a series of events, canceled events, while the citizens of most of the world was confined in their homes.

I hope that when you leave the album… we can dance together, sweat together, embrace each other and kiss, and make that the celebration most bombastic of all-time. And until that time comes, let’s All stay home!”, has asked Gaga.

After a break of more than three years in which Gaga was nominated for an Oscar, won a Golden globe and he composed one of the soundtracks most successful of the decade, the artist has returned to the pop most immediate and danceable with “Stupid Love,” the first single from the album postponed.

This is the first original song that Gaga published -except the compositions for the movie “A Star is Born”- from his album ” intimate “Joanne”, 2016, and the first issue completely pop since the launch of “Artpop” in 2013, after hits like “Poker Face” or “Born This Way”.