The video is directed by Isaac Rentz who has worked with Linkin Park and Paramore
Katy Perry has released the new video for single ‘Hey Hey Hey’.
Directed by Isaac Rentz, the video sees Perry channel a Marie Antoinette-style Princess who struggles with their day-to-day life and their unsuitable “Piggy” Prince.
The Princess then spots a book about Joan of Arc, before Perry is transformed into a sword wielding warrior. You can watch the full video below.
‘Hey Hey Hey’ is taken from Perry’s 2017 album ‘Witness’. Last night, she played the last ‘Witness’ tour date of 2017, finishing up at Miami’s American Airlines Arena. The tour kicks off again in 2018, starting on January 5 at the Smoothie King Centre in New Orleans.
- Read more: Katy Perry: ‘Witness’ – The NME Review
Meanwhile, Perry was awarded $3.3 million in damages earlier this month, after a lengthy legal battle over her attempts to buy a Los Angeles convent.
Perry sued businesswoman Dana Hollister over the property, accusing the entrepreneur of ‘fraudulently’ convincing some of the nuns who lived there to back Hollister’s bid for the building over Perry’s.
Hollister, a successful restauranteur, looked to turn the property into a boutique hotel, while Perry sought a private residence for her mother and grandmother. As NY Daily News report, one of the nuns in question claimed that “[Perry] was a very lovely person but her offer is not as good as Dana’s. We’re looking for someone who will care for our property and let it be open for the public to enjoy. She wants it for a private home, a hideaway.”
Now, Perry has been granted $3.3 million in punitive damages, on top of a previous payout of $1.6 million in compensatory damages to help fund the case. “We’re obviously very pleased,” said Perry’s lawyer Eric Rowen.