Having previously said her new album would be "much darker", Katy Perry reckons she's actually "finally let the light in" on the forthcoming 'Prism', which sort of makes a mockery of those wig-burning, dress-burying 'teaser' things but anyway.
"There's not really any darkness on the record," the 'Goodbye For Now' hitmaker confirmed to MTV. "There's definitely some textures and colors but I think I was saying that when I saw going through a different phase, but I really let that light in."
She then went into a bit more about why the album's called 'Prism', which gave her the opportunity to use the word "prismatic" again.
"The reason why I called this record 'Prism' is because I actually finally let the light in and then I was able to create all these songs that were inspired by letting the light in and doing some self-reflection and just kind of working on myself," Perry mused.
"I felt very prismatic because of that I feel like now I get to show these songs off and share these songs with the listeners and it's almost like I get to beam the colors that I've experienced out from me."