Lady Gaga Previews New Song “MANiCURE” Off Upcoming ARTPOP Album

How 'bout another round of "Applause" for Lady Gaga? Hot on the heels of her first live performance of hit song "Applause," the pop songstress released teasers to two other new tracks on her much-anticipated ARTPOP album.

"You're the medicine/ I need to heal/ The way you make me feel," she shared the lyrics to new song "MANiCURE" on Thursday, Aug. 29, along with a behind-the-scenes video of herself rehearsing the song for the iTunes Festival.

In the minute-long clip, the fit 27-year-old star wears a black bra top and sheer tights as she thrusts and jives around the mike. Two of her backup dancers help her into a pair of glittery stiletto boots as she continues to dance to her own song.

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"The sound quality of these clips has been obstructed to give you a taste of ARTPOP but ultimately confuse you until Sunday," the singer added in a later tweet, referring to the London event she has dubbed "Swine Fest."

Just one day earlier, Gaga released another teaser clip of her rehearsal for song "Swine," in which the singer slows down the tempo a bit, crooning from her place by a keyboard.

"Maybe I should have a little more just to stay out of my mind?" she tweeted the lyrics on Wednesday, Aug. 28. "Cause its when I'm not thinking' with you that I act like a Swine!"

Earlier in the week, the singer playfully suggested "acceptable attire" for the festival, including seashells, seahorses, starfish, and "paint colored dreadlocks for securing 'under the sea' Boticelli-Punk accessories. More fashion updates to come!"

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