Demi Lovato Announces New Album Out April 2nd
Demi Lovato has finally announced the details about her new album!
Following a conversation on Clubhouse, an audio-only app where friends and strangers alike hold court on all kinds of conversations, the GRAMMY-nominated global superstar shared that her new album, Dancing with the Devil…The Art of Starting Over, will be released on Friday, April 2, 2021.
The album, which is already available for pre-order HERE, is co-executive produced by Lovato. It will feature 19 tracks, including her 2020 single “Anyone,” her recent collaboration with Sam Fischer “What Other People Say” and the title-track of her upcoming docu-series “Dancing With The Devil”. The tracklist also includes collaborations with three different powerful vocalists: Ariana Grande, Noah Cyrus and Saweetie. Lovato also revealed the titles of two other tracks: “The Art Of Starting Over” and “I.C.U.”, which the singer already shared was about her little sister Madison.
“Going into this album I wanted to make a project that I was going to be eternally proud of and that’s not something I can say about my other albums. I will always be proud of this album, it represents who I am.” the artist shared on Clubhouse. “This album is very different than what I’ve done before. Some songs have kind of a country feel to them. Some songs have more of a soul, RNB vibe. Some songs have disco vibes. I have some bops. I’ve never had this many songs on an album.”
The upcoming four-part documentary series, Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil, which premieres on YouTube on Tuesday, March 23 and concludes on Tuesday, April 6, will see the artist for the first time sharing the story of her near-fatal overdose in 2018 and give a glimpse into her life today and her path to healing.