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Katy Perry Serves Spooky Eurythmics for Witness Artwork

Chris Pizzello

While Katy Perry's Witness era began as a political pursuit of "purposful pop" with "Chained to the Rhythm," the California Gurl's current album cycle has proven to be more simply about her doing the most—but we're not complaining. After dropping her "Bon Appétit" video, where Perry's literally prepared by a group of chefs, and announcing a global tour, the pop star released today Witness' official album art. 

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Serving major '80s Annie Lennox vibes of The Eurythmics, Perry's artwork shows the peroxide hitmaker covering her eyes and holding an eyeball inside her mouth. Perhaps there's a deeper message here about Perry using her voice to reflect on the world she sees, but until further clarification, we'll happily revel in the cover's more superficial details—those orange nails, magenta shadow (with yellow accents) and glossy red lip? Thank you, mother.

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