Lady Gaga wants to be the girl on your single cover, so now she is. After releasing the epic, 11-minute "film" for her third ARTPOP single "G.U.Y." on Friday night (March 21), the Mother Monster revealed the single's artwork on her official Facebook page, featuring a music video screencap and a bit of her own handwriting.
The "G.U.Y." artwork featured the same white border seen on other ARTPOP single releases, such as "Do What U Want," "Applause" and even sampler tracks such as "Dope." The center image is a still from "G.U.Y. - An Artpop Film," featuring a broken, bruised and dirty bird form Lady Gaga, as seen in the beginning of the epic clip. (Note: when she's a bird in the music video, "Artpop" and "Venus" are actually the featured songs.)
As Gaga noted in her Facebook post, the artist name and song title were written in her own handwriting, which appears underneath the image.
See the single cover in full at the top of the story.
"G.U.Y." is the third official single from Lady Gaga's third studio album ARTPOP, which dropped back in November. The release comes after a rocky time in the singer's career, where she hinted at multiple betrayals from those who were seemingly close to her on her social media site LittleMonsters.com.
In a recent interview, Gaga admitted that she struggled heavily with depression after the release of ARTPOP. However, like a bird, it seems like she's flown back into the spotlight.