Lady Gaga has revealed the cover art for her upcoming sixth album, Chromatica, and it could pass as the still from a fierce, fabulous sci-fi action flick.
In a series of photos she shared on Sunday (April 5), Gaga rolls with the aesthetic she introduced in the music video for "Stupid Love," Chromatica's first single. The cotton candy-pink hair is back, but Chromatica's cover is a bit darker and sharper than the vibrant desert dance party of "Stupid Love" and the bold magenta graphic with the album's logo she previously introduced.
Think Mad Max: Fury Road meets Alien, but with a Haus of Gaga twist: wearing galactic armor (and a pair of platform boots with a tusk and a knife for its heels), the pop star is lying across the grate of a metal structure and beneath the steely wave of Chromatica's insignia. One hand is covered in talons, the other a shoulder-to-fingertip sleeve covered in spikes.