Watch Demi Lovato’s “Substance” Music Video

Demi Lovato needs to know in the event that they’re the one one on the lookout for substance of their new music video. On July 15, the “Pores and skin of My Tooth” singer launched her new single “Substance” alongside a Cody Critcheloe-directed visible to pay homage to all the nice pop-punk movies of the late ’90s/early 2000s. In it, Lovato stomps by a boardroom assembly and hangs off the aspect of a skyscraper earlier than beginning the remainder of their indignant protest.

“So I ask myself, am I the one one on the lookout for substance? / Received excessive, it solely left me lonely and loveless,” the musician wails over drums and guitars in the midst of a diner meals struggle. “Do not wanna find yourself in a casket, head stuffed with maggots / Physique stuffed with jack sh*t, I get an abundance / Am I the one one on the lookout for substance?”

The music video additionally options Lovato interrupting a scene from a “Too Scorching to Deal with”-esque set and destroying a Lana-like machine, in addition to raging by a graffiti-decorated home get together. The visible ends together with her posing atop a bike for a crimson carpet photograph shoot, that includes a shock visitor look from pal Paris Hilton.

“Substance” is the second tune to launch from Lovato’s 16-track “Holy Fvck” album, set to drop on Aug. 19. Recently, they have been releasing small hints on social about what to anticipate from their eighth mission. “By no means have I been extra certain of myself and my music, and this document speaks that for itself,” she mentioned in a press launch for the album. “To my Lovatics who’ve been rocking out with me because the starting and those that are simply now coming alongside for the trip, thanks. This document is for you.”

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