17 October 2019 01:07
Katy Perry has released the music video for her latest track "Harleys In Hawaii". The singer's new song, which follows "Never Really Over" and "Small Talk", sees her riding a Harley down a Hawaiian highway, as the title suggests, in the accompanying video. Perry also belts out the lyrics in a tiki bar, cocktail in hand. RELATED: Paula Abdul On Katy Perry Getting $25 Million For 'American Idol': 'Good For Her!' The star teased the vid on Instagram, confirming the track was written about her and Orlando Bloom spending the weekend riding a motorcycle around the idyllic U.S. state. Perry recently unveiled the artwork for the release, which showed the musician straddling a motorbike wearing a full-body floral suit and clutching on to a matching helmet.
RELATED: Taylor Swift, Katy Perry, Jonas Brothers And More To Play 2019 iHeartRadio Jingle Ball Tour She teamed the colourful get-up with a pair of zebra-print heels. Perry has yet to reveal the title of her upcoming album. Despite now having three singles out, Perry admitted in a May 2019 interview with Variety, that the whole singles-album paradigm is something she may be moving beyond. "Developing an album?" Perry said. "Geez. Everybody's going to say, 'Where is Katy's sixth?' That is like an inside fan joke, because 'Katy 5' has yet to actually be realized. You know, it's amazing the time we live in. I think there are less rules about how you have to release music, and what we're finding is that people just want music out. They don't necessarily need it in a long format. They don't necessarily have the time. We'd like to just put music out, and if there is a reaction — like, a good reaction, or a desire for more — there could be more."