Demi Lovato Re-Releases “Heart Attack” As A Rock Version
Demi Lovato turns one of her best hits into an even better jam by re-releasing it as a Rock song.
“Heart Attack,” which Lovato released in 2013 has gotten the 10-year treatment, but it might be less about an anniversary than it is about Demi’s new sound.
After the release of ‘Holy Fvck,’ Demi Lovato’s sound has gone toward the harder Rock genre, and even though the lyrics to “Heart Attack” still have Pop Song structure, the re-release adds a new layer of emotion to the track. It’s more believable that the singer does NOT want to be in love with the extra guitars and drum fills, if we’re being honest.
According to a press release obtained by Rolling Stone, Demi said the following:
“I’m so happy to be able to give a new life to ‘Heart Attack’ with a sound that reflects where I am with my music,” Lovato said in a press release. “This one is for the fans who have shown so much love to the song over the last decade, thank you for riding with me!”
According to their report, “Lovato returned to the studio with Mitch Allan, who worked on the original song, and Oak Felder, who produced Holy Fvck, to re-imagine the track, which she had been performing on her Holy Fvck Tour.”
Check out the new version here: