Lady Gaga, sensual and acrobatic, debuts song at Coachella


Lady Gaga will play at Coachella again next week weekend, on April 22.

Gaga, who will embark on a world tour later this year in support of her album Joanne, replaced Beyoncé as a Coachella headliner in February after Bey announced her pregnancy.

"The Cure" is Gaga's first new piece of music since the release of "Joanne".

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"The Cure" was immediately released after her performance on multiple streaming services.

After a costume change, Lady Gaga closed the show with two of her biggest hits, Poker Face and Bad Romance.

Lady Gaga had a surprise in store when she took the stage at Coachella on Saturday, debuting a brand new single called "The Cure". Many took to social media to share their impressions.

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What, like she wasn't going to give fans some kind of extra treat during her Coachella performance? "I love you!" She later revealed the cover art on Instagram.

We think that given the right push, this song could do pretty well in the charts.

Frontman Justin Vernon performed in headphones at a soundboard but by the end of the set brought the crowd into a frenzy as he knelt before his sound pedals and clamped aggressively onto his electric guitar's bridge as abstract images flashed on screen. Dropping new music (The Guardian's Benjamin Lee labeled "The Cure" an "Edge of Glory" and "Born This Way" hybrid) certainly helped to do that.

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The 24-year-old Toledo, long pictured as a scraggly younger, donned a tight, sky-blue suit with a black shirt and necktie.