The ‘Confident’ singer is back with the title track from her next studio installment which is due September 29.
One day after announcing the title of her new studio album, Demi Lovato reveals the title track. Called “Tell Me You Love Me“, the new song is recorded for her next studio installment which is scheduled to come out September 29.
“Oh no, here we go again, Fighting over what I said /I’m sorry, yeah I’m sorry, Bad at love, no, I’m not good at this /But I can’t say I’m innocent, Not hardly, but I’m sorry,” she sings. “Tell me you love me, I need someone on days like this, I do /On days like this. Oh, can you hear me heart say oh-oh-oh-oh.”
The album is Demi’s sixth studio installment to follow up her 2015 effort “Confident“. She has released a single called “Sorry Not Sorry”. Called a message for haters, it contains message, “You know what I’m good now and sorry I’m not sorry that you may not be loving where your life is at the moment.”
“Tell Me You Love Me. Pre-order Now! I could not be more excited to share this album with you guys!” the former Disney darling told her online followers. “These songs mean the world to me. Come onnnn September 29th!”
Demi was nominated for Best Pop Vocal Album at the 59th Grammy Awards, thanks to her last album. The lead single “Cool for the Summer” was a big hit. It was certified double platinum.
“I actually want to go a totally different way with my album,” she told Billboard earlier this year about her next effort. “I want to go more soulful, so we’ll see what that ends up turning out like. I’m still in the process of writing and finding the inspiration behind it, so we’ll see.”
“I have been working on new music for about a year and a half,” she said in a separate chat with WWD. “I’ve had a lot of life experience over the last year and a half and I’ve grown a lot. I’ve found myself more so than I ever have. The inspiration is about being independent and turning 25 and living on my own and the emotions I deal with as a single woman in my 20s. It’s more soulful.”