Lady Gaga Debuts "Princess Die" In Melbourne: Watch Now!
Giving her Aussie monsters even something more to cheer about, Lady Gaga debuted a new song on stage at her Melbourne, Australia concert on Tuesday evening (June 26).
The "Poker Face" songstress seemed happy to land Down Under as she took to her Twitter page, writing, "Hey Melbourne we're here! We can hear you downstairs! Is that church bell ringing for us? The devil of pop is here," before she set out to take the stage that night.
While in the middle of her fifteen costume-bearing wild performance, the Mother Monster slowed things down for a piano ballad title, "Princess Die." As she sat at a motorcycle-shaped piano, Gaga told her fans this was a song being heard exclusively by them first, saying, "I wrote it a little while ago, and I’ve never ever played it for anyone,” excitedly adding, “I’m going to play it because I’ve been really excited and impressed with how many super fans have been at every show. I truly feel it would be a disservice to all of you to not play it before I leave.”
Though the lucky fans got a glimpse into something new, it looks like this isn't a foreshadow to what we can expect from the pop sensation's next album as she explained, "This song may or may not be on my next album. It’s in no way reflective of the rest of music on the album, but it’s about some of the most deep and personal thoughts I’ve ever had.”
Check out the video for "Princess Die" in the player below and share your comments on the new tune!