As Gwen hinted, the album is indeed called This Is What the Truth Feels Like. The cover is a close-up glamour shot of the singer, with flowers, hearts and tears scribbled in marker over it. The album title and her name are also scrawled in marker. A deluxe version of the album is now available for pre-order at Target.com; the standard version of the album will be available for pre-order on Friday at all other outlets. The album itself is due March 18.
Gwen will make a big splash at the Grammy Awards Monday night by shooting her new music video live during the telecast. That will take place during a four-minute commercial break at some point during the evening. The clip will be for the song "Make Me Like You," which is being released Friday, directed by Sophie Muller. In addition to catching it during the telecast on CBS, fans will also be able to see a "second view" of the action via Periscope, Facebook Live and Snapchat.
“Target has an incredible legacy of creating unexpected moments in music, and I’m thrilled to be partnering with them to create my new music video on live television next Monday,” says Gwen in a statement.
So far, Gwen has released the single "Used to Love You" from the disc. The song she put out last year, "Spark the Fire," isn't on the album.