Katy Perry has 'reconnected' with music
Katy Perry admitted her highly anticipated new album 'Prism' helped reinvigorate her love for music because after struggling with personal issues it helped her remember why she dreamed of being a singer
Katy Perry used her new album to get "reconnected" with music.
The 'Roar' hitmaker had a tough time following her divorce from Russell Brand being finalised last summer and she was given a fresh "perspective" on why she originally dreamed of being a singer.
She told Radio.com: "I went to Stockholm and I made a lot of it in Stockholm and made a lot of it in my home town, Santa Barbara.
"And I just went and reconnected with the real reason why I wanted to be in music, because I felt like a had a perspective and like other people I was trying to bring the honest truth to the surface."
The 28-year-old star wanted the record to be relatable without carrying a grand "message" and admitted it was therapeutic to write while going through personal issues.
She said: "[I wanted to] have people relate to it, like not to have a message or be an anthem cos I can get annoying too.
"So the record really covers so many different subjects, and the reason I call it 'Prism' is because I was going through a lot of stuff. And I finally let the light into my life through many different things."