Demi Lovato recently released a “rock version” of her hit song “Heart Attack,” in celebration of the tenth anniversary of the track.
Lovato re-recorded the vocals of the song, with the help of her original collaborators Warren “Oak” Felder and Mitch Allan.
“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. 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!” Lovato said.
“Heart Attack” was released on February 24, 2013 as the lead single for Lovato’s fourth studio album DEMI (2013). The song was written by Lovato, Sean Douglas, Nikki Williams and Aaron Phillips.
“Heart Attack” is an electropop song that employs cardiac arrest as a metaphor for lovesickness. The song earned Lovato her third top-ten hit on the Billboard Hot 100.
Lovato first performed a rock version of the song on her 2022 Holy Fvck Tour, which was in support of her album of the same name.
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