A UFO Sighting Inspired Kesha’s New Album Rainbow
Aliens are to thank for some of Kesha's new music...
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No. We're not making that up. A UFO sighting really was part of the inspiration behind Kesha's new album Rainbow.
After three years stuck in legal battles with Dr. Luke, the 'Love Is My Durg' star is finally back and scaling the charts with her brand new single 'Praying'. We couldn't be happier for her. What's more she's already out doing promo for the new track. She appeared on Nick Grimshaw's BBC Radio 1 Breakfast Show on Friday and has dropped by the Zach Sang show in America.
And it was in her interview with Zach Sang that Kesha opened up about aliens.
YES - ALIENS.
The 'We R Who We R' hitmaker first talks about the experience of making Rainbow and the past few years. She calls the most recent period of her life a "self-introspective, healing" part before saying "I can honestly say I'm so proud of this album. I can't wait for the whole world to hear the whole thing because I think they're gonna be kind of weirded out by how different it is."
She reflects on 'Tik Tok' and how it was true to her at that time in her life "When I was 18 years old I did wake up in the morning and I probably drank some Jack Daniels. I remember a morning in Vegas where that happened." And then, out of the blue, she talks about 'Spaceships' a track on her new album and how it was inspired by a real life experience in which she saw UFOs!
"I was a totally sober Sally, just lady in the desert and I look up in the sky and there's a bunch of spaceships" Kesha reccounts. She then adds "I swear to God, there were like five to seven and I don't why I didn't try to take a picture of it. I just looked at it. I was sitting on a rock and I was like well 'What in the hell was that?'" before realising that "those [were] f***ing aliens."
"So that's been a huge running theme on this album. The cover of my album has a bunch of spaceships."
"When I saw the spaceships, it really hit me, where I was like wow, there is something out there!"
So there we have it. Extra terrestrial forces are to thank for Kesha's new album.
We cannot wait to hear 'Spaceships' and the rest of Rainbow.