Lady GaGa was inspired by the Beatles' hometown Liverpool during her U.K. tour - insisting she wrote the "greatest music" of her career while staying in the English city.
The Poker Face hitmaker took her Monster Ball trek to the U.K. in February (10), and played just one night in the northern city where the Fab Four kickstarted their groundbreaking music careers.
But the singer insists it was during her short stay in Liverpool that she wrote her best material to date.
She tells fans on her official website, "I've already written the first single for the new album and I promise you that this album is the greatest of my career.
"It is the anthem for our generation. I wrote it for you, because of you, when I was in Liverpool I wrote the greatest music I've ever written.
"Your love is my inspiration and the new album is for you. I'll come back soon and announce the album title, I don't want to spoil it yet."
Lady Gaga has released two albums to date; The Fame and The Fame Monster.