Demi Lovato Reveals Details for Next Single ‘Made in the USA,’ Issues First Tweet Since Father’s Death
Demi Lovato is American made. The singer, currently dealing with a personal blow (as her estranged father Patrick passed away over the weekend), has revealed the new cover art for 'Made in the USA,' the second single from her fourth album 'Demi.'
She also shared some key hints about the accompanying video.
Lovatics will get several doses of the singer this week, as the song's lyric vid will drop on Wednesday, June 26, while she will appear on 'Good Morning America' on Thursday, June 27 and then perform on the breakfast program's Summer Concert Series on Friday, June 28.
It doesn't appear that arrangements, related to her father's death, will affect her promotional schedule later this week, as these details were issued by her record label via a press release this morning (June 24).
In other 'Made in the USA' news, the song's official video is due this July and is co-directed by Lovato. It will also feature a few actors as special, surprise guests! Oooh. We're excited to see who she's recruited and what she's done behind the camera.
Check out the playful and naughty cover art (above), where Lovato is gnawing on her leather jacket. The image was shot by Rankin.
Lovato also tweeted for the first time since news of her dad's death. She thanked everyone for their support during what is no doubt a rough time.
Listen to Demi Lovato, 'Made in the USA'