August 03, 2010 08:56:49 GMT
'Peacock' is a provocative dance filler which is produced by Stargate, while 'Not Like the Movies' is a slow jam which is worked on by Greg Wells.
Ahead of "Teenage Dream" U.S. release on August 24, Katy Perry brought forward two more fresh materials from the album. One is titled "Peacock" which she showcased live when performing at MTV World Stage in Malaysia, the other is called "Not Like the Movies" which she released on iTunes.
Although both tracks are included in the summer release, they have quite different vibe on the hook. "Peacock" produced by Stargate is a club track with provocative lyrics such as "Come on baby, lemme see/ What you're hiding underneath," while Greg Wells-produced "Not Like the Movies" is a ballad track with emotional lines about finding a true love.
Beside gearing up to release a new album, Katy Perry is also preparing a music video for the title track of the effort. In this upcoming clip, the 25-year-old pop singer will share screen with Josh Kloss, locking lips and frolicking with him in the beach.
Katy Perry's performance at MTV World Stage: