Entitled “Still Have Me,” the pop star released the emotional piano ballad via Twitter, writing “The music is still there for me…” alongside a video of the track. (At the time of publication, the new version does not appear to be available on streaming services yet.)
“Everything around me has shattered / All the highs are just lows / But it doesn’t even matter / Because I prefer to be alone / All my love is gone and I’m lying here while the silence is piercing / And it hurts to breathe / I don’t have much but at least I still have some of myself, ”she sings before resounding the chorus steeped in gospel.
Lovato’s latest track comes weeks after his new mental health-themed dance-pop collaboration with Marshmello, “OK Not To Be OK,” which has so far reached No. 32 on the Hot 100. (La song also reached No. 1 on the digital dance / electronic song sales chart.) In the meantime, she split from Ehrich just two months after the actor asked the question in a proposal. romantic on the beach.
Earlier this summer, the singer opened in a Agitation cover story on the impact of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic on his long-awaited musical comeback. After releasing debut single “I Love Me” and his Travis Barker-assisted emo remix in Spring, Lovato has set plans for his upcoming seventh studio album – a follow-up to 2017 Tell me that You Love Me – waiting.
Stream “Still Have Me” via Lovato’s Twitter below.