Katy Perry’s new album, entitled Witness, has so far sold less than 60,000 copies in the UK after more than six months of release.
According to the BBC, despite having been introduced at major music festivals in the UK such as Big Weekend and Glastonbury, Witness seems to have failed to attract fans.
Meanwhile, all of Roar’s previous albums have sold over 500,000 copies in the UK.
According to Steve Barnett, CEO of Capitol Records, who is responsible for releasing the album, a four-year break from the release of her fourth album, Prism, has made fans less eager for this comeback of Katy.
“The more you learn, the more you learn from your mistakes than from the successes, and I believe our artists are the same,” said Steve Barnett.
Currently, Katy is still touring the world of Witness’s promotional album, however, this tour seems more successful than the album itself when it brought in more than $ 28 million last year.
In March, Katy Perry also prepares for her appearance at the American Idol music competition as a judge, as well as a new music project, according to Steve Barnett.
“She had a plan, we had a plan, and we had a good feeling about it,” said Steve Barnett.