Robots dance, but not as Katy Perry might have them doing.
Katy Perry fans are in full robot mode on Saturday night, but the robot music is not quite as catchy.
Katy’s hit song, “Powerless,” is set to debut at the 2018 SXSW music festival, which will take place over the next two days in Austin, Texas.
The song was first released in 2011 by Rodeo Drive Records.
The record label also released Katy Perry-produced music videos for “Power” and “Get Lucky.”
The song has sold over 7 million copies worldwide.
This is the third time the song will be performed, and it is expected to be performed for the first time at the festival.
While the song was initially released as a remix in 2012, it was eventually renamed “Powerlessness” by the Rodeos.
Rodeoes released the original version in 2011.
Katy and her robot dancers will perform at SXSA, the biggest music festival in the world.
The festival, held annually in Austin from July 19 to Aug. 4, is the biggest and most popular music festival of the year.
The first event at SXSX was held in 2015.
The third event is set for the 2018 festival.
Katy is set with several other artists at the show.
She is joined by pop superstar Ariana Grande, which also featured on the song “Power.”
The two-night festival will be the first major music festival to host Katy Perry since her 2012 album “Rebel Heart.”
Katy Perry is an American singer-songwriter, producer and songwriter best known for her hit single “Power,” her hit “Get You” and her new album “Believe.”
Katy is best known as the lead singer of the pop rock group Katy Perry.
The singer’s music is mostly made with vocals.