Poppy has started releasing strange teaser videos that presumably point to her next artistic era and possibly a new album.

The first, titled "Glass," was released on Dec. 21, 2021, and it shows Poppy taking a sip from a teacup before smashing it on the ground. A follow-up clip, "Blow Away," emerged on Dec. 26 and shows the singer sitting on the floor while languidly smoking a cigarette. A third and perhaps final teaser, "Dessert," followed in early January 2022 — it shows a knife-wielding Poppy slowly spinning around while she holds a slice of cake.

Watch the videos down toward the bottom of this post.

All three clips are soundtracked by ominous electronic tones. The videos have been shared on Poppy's YouTube channel as well as her social media outlets.

As noted by NME, some Poppy fans have pointed out the new clips' similarity to a series of shorts she uploaded to YouTube in 2018, just ahead of the release of her sophomore studio album, Am I a Girl?

It's currently unclear if the recent videos are related to Poppy's new metaverse app, PoppySphere. Poppy's latest album, the rock-driven Flux, arrived in September, backed by singles such as "Her" and the title track. She recently completed a tour in the U.S. and will play Europe in 2022. In October, Poppy filled her Amoeba Records bag with doom and black metal.

Go to poppysphere.com to check out PoppySphere. See the singer's tour dates for early 2022 under the vids.

Poppy, "Glass" (Teaser Video)

Poppy, "Blow Away" (Teaser Video)

Poppy, "Dessert" (Teaser Video)

Poppy Winter 2022 European Tour Dates

Jan. 10 – Bristol, England @ Marble Factory
Jan. 11 – Glasgow, Scotland @ Galvanizers
Jan. 13 – Birmingham, England @ O2 Institute
Jan. 14 – Manchester, England @ O2 Ritz
Jan. 15 – London, England @ O2 Shepherds Bush
Jan. 17 – Paris, France @ Elysee Montmartre
Jan. 19 – Zurich, Switzerland @ Palais
Jan. 21 – L'Hospitalet, Spain @ Salamandra
Jan. 22 – Madrid, Spain @ Shoko Madrid
Jan. 23 – Bilbao, Spain @ Kafe Antzokia
Jan. 25 – Milan, Italy @ Alcatraz
Jan. 26 – Munich, Germany @ Technikum
Jan. 28 – Berlin, Germany @ Kulturhaus
Jan. 29 – Hamburg, Germany @ Fabrik
Jan. 30 – Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Melkweg
Feb. 1 – Antwerp, Belgium @ Zappa
Feb. 2 – Bochum, Germany @ Zeche Bochum
Feb. 3 – Hannover, Germany @ Capitol
Feb. 5 – Prague, Czech Republic @ Lucerna
Feb. 6 – Budapest, Hungary @ Akvarium Klub
Feb. 7 – Vienna, Austria @ Simm City

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