Kate Bushâ€™s new album cover reportedly contains a hidden message that fans are desperate to decode.
Bushâ€™s first album in more than a decade entitled â€˜Aerialâ€™ has a soundwave image on the artwork that contains the cryptic message, apparently it is a â€œvisaul representation of spoken, or sung words over music.â€
A source told this morningâ€™s Daily Star: â€œSound analysts and fans alike have been agonisingly attempting to work out the message. The current favourites are wildly different.â€
So far the leading suggestion are â€˜We paint penguins pinkâ€™, 'Elvis is aliveâ€™ and 'Wind and waves of loveâ€™ although its not known if any of these are correct.
The source revealed that the plan was to baffle and intrigue the fans, they said: All the artwork on the album is interlinked and the cover art is supposed to get people guessing. The true message will only be revealed when you buy the album.â€
The insider also quashed rumours that the second cd of the album will feature one continuous song, saying: The second disc, or B-side, is a number of different songs all linked together by theme to create one fluid piece of music.â€