Kesha recently released “Eat the Acid” and “Fine Line” from her upcoming fifth solo studio album, Gag Order.
The singer also shared the album artwork, which depicts her head in a plastic bag.
“Fine Line” is an introspective ballad, and “Eat the Acid” is a pop number, and both the songs do not feature drums or a beat of any kind.
Gag Order, produced by Rick Rubin, is said to excavate “the deepest recess of Kesha’s soul to date.” The album is due out on May 19 via Kemosabe/RCA Records.
“Without the darkness there is no light. So I let my darkness have the light. I can’t fight the truth. Life is difficult and painful. It is for everyone,” Kesha writes in an album manifesto. “An artist doesn’t exist to make others happy. I believe an artist gives voice, motion, color to the emotions we all have. The good emotions, and the unmanageably f-king miserable ones.”
(Photo: Vince Haycock)
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