Her new single, “pieta,” is something you can worship and blaspheme at the same time.
"Virgin holding the dead body of Christ," 1640s, from Italian pieta, from Latin pietatem (see piety).
A painting, drawing, or sculpture of Mary, the mother of Jesus, holding the dead body of Jesus. The word means “pity” in Italian. (See photo, next page.)
Note: The most famous of four Pietàs by Michelangelo is a sculpture at Saint Peter's Basilica in the Vatican.