Lady Gaga surprised her fans on Wednesday afternoon by announcing a special piano version of the title track from her latest album Joanne, which will be released on Friday along with an accompanying music video. No word yet on whether the Mark Ronson-co-penned ballad is the final single from the album, but Gaga will perform the track at the 60th Grammy Awards this Sunday, where she is up for two awards, including Best Pop Vocal Album and Best Pop Vocal Performance for "Million Reasons."
The track and the album were named after Gaga's late aunt Joanne Germanotta who died at the age of 19 due to complications from lupus. "The Lupus Research Alliance is receiving a donation in honor of Joanne Stefani Germanotta," Gaga told fans on Twitter. "Please consider a donation to this tremendous organization."
Enjoy a sneak peek of the video below and stay tuned for more updates!