Katy Perry Teases New Music in Instagram Clips

Katy Perry performs in 2016
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Katy Perry performs at Bud Walton Arena on June 3, 2016 in Fayetteville, Ark.

Katy Perry offered a sneak peek of some new music in a pair of short clips from a studio this weekend. The singer posted two Instagram stories, which were saved and shared by fan accounts, Saturday (Dec. 17).

In the first clip, Perry shows off a permanent-marker covered tooth while a track with her singing the lyric "Don't be scared to..." plays.

The second video focuses on instruments, and some background vocals (presumably from a different song) can be heard.

Perry last hinted at a potential new music project earlier in the month, when she wrote about her experience supporting Hillary Clinton. "It's funny, sometimes people who disagree with me just say, 'Shut up and sing.' Boy, will I do so in a whole new way... next year. Hell hath no fury like a woman REBORN."

Check out her latest new music clips below.

Katy posted a split second of a song from the studio! Don't be scared to die? don't be scared to cry? Whatcha think? https://t.co/IyuwFuObFf pic.twitter.com/j1G4mhR1Ie

— Katy Perry | FOTP (@FOTPKatyPerry) December 17, 2016

We've got another one INSTRUMENTSVOCALS?? https://t.co/IyuwFuObFf #KP4 @katyperry pic.twitter.com/u7W0gCt4hR

— Katy Perry | FOTP (@FOTPKatyPerry) December 17, 2016