Lady Gaga has debuted her latest music video.
The pop star unveiled the visual clip for her new single G.U.Y. Saturday evening.
“G.U.Y. stands for GIRL UNDER YOU and its video is out tonight,” she wrote on Facebook shortly before its premiere.
The nearly eight minute music video opens with men dressed in suits fighting as money falls from the sky, and cuts to Gaga, winged and with an arrow through her chest, face down in the dirt.
The injured singer struggles to get up and is the carried off to a mansion. There, she is reborn into a goddess-like figure, dressed in white, singing the pop tune and backed up by a team of dancers.
Gaga gushed about the new project on Twitter.
“It is like the Gay Super Bowl at our HAUS. Thank You to all the monsters who have supported me through thick and thin. THIS ONE'S FOR YOU!” she wrote.
Credits roll for several minutes after the last clip from the “ARTPOP Film”, beginning with Gaga as director, and followed by the members of her “haus”, which she often credits as the source of her creative endeavours.
The singer has a jam-packed schedule ahead, with her next tour slated to kick off in May.
Earlier this month, Gaga revealed a hint of what concertgoers can expect at ArtRave: The Artpop Ball in a series of social media posts.
“The stage is lucite and you can just dance underneath the runways,” she captioned an image of the futuristic stage design.
ArtRave is scheduled to kick off in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on May 4 before moving through the US and Canada until late July. Gaga will then trek to Japan in mid-August, followed by Australia, Israel and Europe. The tour is currently scheduled to wrap up in Portugal on November 10.