by Katy Perry (featuring Zedd)

Album: single release only (2019)
Charted: 37 86
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  • This moody and obsessive pop-house track finds Katy Perry being overrun by love.

    I want you to be there on a Monday night
    Tuesday night, every night
    Are you gonna be the one that's on my mind?
    3-6-5, all the time

    Perry is so taken by her new love that she wants him with her every night of the year.
  • "365" is a collaboration with Zedd, who supplies an alluring beat to accompany Perry's lyrics. The German DJ supported Perry on her 2018 Witness: The Tour in Asia and Australia and afterwards the pair decided to continue working together and came up with this song.
  • Directed by Warren Fu (The Weeknd, Daft Punk) and conceptualized by the singer, the sci-fi-indebted video tells the poignant story of an android Katy Perry. We see her yearn to be human and attempt to learn to love as she becomes enamored with Zedd, who plays a human test subject.
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