A Lady Gaga Theory Predicts She’s Dropping New Music On The Full Moon

“LG7” is imminent.

Lady Gaga performs on stage during The Chromatica Ball.
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Lady Gaga fans are turning to astrology to predict Mother Monster’s next move. Her fandom, which is affectionately called Little Monsters, has been theorizing about the singer’s next album, and one fan theory predicts she’s planning to release new music on the next full moon (June 21).

Gaga teased her seventh solo studio album in her newly released concert movie, Chromatica Ball. Near the end of the film, a brief audio of what fans assume is her new single begins to play as the phrase “LG7 Gaga Returns” flashes on screen.

As TikToker Brandon Lance Garnsey pointed out, the title of Gaga’s next single is thought to be “Dance in the Shadow of the Moon” or “Dance in the Shadow of the Night” — based on the film snippet.

The next full moon falls on a Friday, which is Gaga’s preferred day to release new music. (She dropped lead singles “Born This Way,” “Perfect Illusion,” and “Stupid Love” on Fridays.)

Gaga’s forthcoming Vegas schedule also backs up the theory. Between June 19 and July 6, the singer will perform a string of Lady Gaga Jazz & Piano shows at Park MGM Las Vegas. But for the week of the full moon (June 20–June 27), Gaga’s Sin City schedule is wide open. “This means she would have a week to do promo for LG7,” the TikToker said.

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Gaga’s LG7 Update

Mother Monster has yet to announce release dates for any new music, so fans will have to wait until June 21 to see if the full moon theory holds. With that being said, she did share a small update at the Chromatica Ball film premiere on May 23, revealing that her new album is “completely different” from her previous work.

“I have been working on my new music all the time and I truly live and breathe it,” she told Entertainment Tonight. “I just can’t wait to give it to the fans.” Teasing a potential release date, she added, “They hate when I say, ‘Soon,’ but soon.”