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Katy Perry Gets Back Her ‘Smile’ in KP5’s Empowering Title Track

Just a day after Katy Perry had her KatyCats grinning by revealing the circus-themed cover art for her upcoming album Smile, the pop star unveiled the title track on Friday (July 10).

“I gotta say it’s really been a while / But now I’ve got back that smile,” she sings in the poppy, uplifting hook.

“I wrote the title track from the album when I was coming through one of the darkest periods of my life and had lost my smile. This whole album is my journey towards the light – with stories of resilience, hope, and love,” she wrote of the song on Twitter.

I wrote the title track from the album when I was coming through one of the darkest periods of my life and had lost my smile. This whole album is my journey towards the light – with stories of resilience, hope, and love. ♥️

— KATY PERRY (@katyperry) July 9, 2020

Listen to “Smile” below. KP5 is out Aug. 14.

 

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