Lady Gaga has always been connected to her music. The 11-time Grammy winner feels that the music video for her upcoming single '911' from her sixth studio album, Chromatica, has made her feel more "alive" than she's felt at any other point in quarantine.
The 37-year-old musician, who recently confirmed her relationship with tech CEO Michael Polanski, shared a few pictures of the upcoming video — one day ahead of its release.
"911 short film out tomorrow at 9am PT," the 'Born This Way' songstress captioned a clip of herself wearing a draped white, pink and red gown, with a red mask covering her eyes.
In another snap, Gaga is lying down on a white sheet, with her blue hair flowing behind her head, in what seemed like a postmodern representation of the Ophelia painting by British artist Sir John Everett.
The '911' video, which is to premiere on Friday, September 18, was shot in August and is expected to leave her fans wanting more after her last single came out in May.
The posts on her Instagram come soon after her Billboard column, where she got candid about being in the spotlight.
In the profile, which details Gaga's life, she says: "I used to wake up every day and remember I was Lady Gaga — and then I would get depressed."
"I was peeling all the layers of the onion in therapy," she added. "So as you dig deeper, you get closer to the core, and the core of the onion stinks."
The pop star, whose real name is Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta, also revealed how her fame trapped her, and therefore, she was unable to do anything else that involved something beyond her on-stage persona.
"It’s the one where you go, 'I’m Lady Gaga, you don’t understand what it feels like, I want to dress how I want and be who I am without people noticing, why does everybody have to notice, I’m so sad, I don’t even know why anymore, why are you making me talk about it?'" she said.