Listen to Katy Perry’s Uplifting New Song ‘Smile’

Katy Perry has unveiled the title track from her upcoming studio album, Smile, set for release on August 14 via Capitol. Check it out below.

“I wrote this song when I was coming through one of the darkest periods of my life and had lost my smile,” the pop singer said of the new track in a statement. “When I listen to it now, it’s a great reminder that I made it through. It’s three minutes of energizing hopefulness.” Speaking of the album, she added: “This whole album is my journey towards the light – with stories of resilience, hope, and love.”

Katy Perry has put out a series of singles since last year: ‘365’, ‘Never Really Over’, ‘Small Talk’, ‘Harleys in Hawaii’, and most recently, ‘Daisies’. Back in March, the singer revealed her pregnancy in the visual for her first new song of 2020, ‘Never Worn White’, which ended with a baby bump reveal.

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