UPDATE (2 p.m., April 27): Zedd posted a tweet this afternoon confirming a release date for their song "True Colors." According to the tweet, the song, which the duo performed at Coachella, is set to be released on Friday.
PREVIOUSLY: After surprising the crowd at Coachella with a performance, it seems Kesha is finally getting back into the studio to make some new music for her Animals.
On Tuesday night, the singer posted a photo of herself in the recording booth on Instagram. The 29-year-old added a touching caption, thanking EDM artist Zedd for letting her find her voice again.
"It's a miracle when someone gives you a chance at finding your voice again with no reason other than that he is a fucking beautiful person with a heart of gold @zedd #truecolors," she wrote.
Zedd, real name Anton Zaslavski, shared his own photo from the studio a day before Kesha, but made sure to keep things on the down-low by not tagging her. Fans were quick to notice the rainbow-colored hair on the woman next to him in the pic, leading everyone to believe it was the "Die Young" singer. (And now we know they were right.)
The fact that Kesha is on her way to releasing new music surely seems like a very bright light at the end of a long, dark tunnel for both the singer and her fans.
Since 2014, when she sued her former producer Lukasz "Dr. Luke" Gottwald, accusing him of sexual assault and battery, Kesha's been entwined in what seems like an endless legal battle against Gottwald and her record label, Sony.
Throughout the dispute, Kesha was bound to her contract and unable to produce with anyone other than Gottwald. However, in February, a New York judge ruled that, while she couldn't be released from her contract, she could work with another producer under Sony.
As we wait patiently for some new Kesha songs, we'll be playing this on repeat: