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Lady Gaga Previews New David Bowie-Inspired Song ‘Just Another Day’

Gaga says it's ‘Joanne’'s ‘most New York, glam-pop song’

With just over two weeks to go until the release of her fifth album Joanne, Lady Gaga has ramped up excitement by previewing a brand-new song.

During a radio interview with Ryan Seacrest this morning (October 4), Gaga performed a piano-assisted snippet of “Just Another Day,” which will appear on the deluxe edition of Joanne. “Just another way to prove I love you and it’s hard today / I’ll lay back in my chair and find a way,” she croons (the song begins at the 11:30 mark in the player below).

Gaga told Seacrest about the song, “It’s probably the most New York, glam-pop song on the album. It’s the one that heirs from [David] Bowie and Mark Bolan, and then maybe from some obscure, London metal stuff, The Beatles. It also kind of airs from the electroclash movement from New York and that’s kind of when I started coming up, was right after that.”

During the same interview, Gaga said she coproduced and cowrote all of Joanne, and discussed why she aims to push the boundaries of pop music.

“I’m not interested in making normal pop music, and I never have been,” she said. “My interest has always been to burst the bubble and be the fist that gashes through the window. Because that’s what’s exciting and fun, and that’s what I love to do.”

Gaga fans have a lot to look forward to — ahead of Joanne’s release on October 21, she’ll embark on a Dive Bar tour, during which she’ll perform some of her new boundary-pushing music in bars across the country.