Demi Lovato 'What Other People Say': Release date, lyrics and all you need to know about music video featuring Sam Fischer
Demi Lovato, who is well-known for opening up on her mental health issues, is all set to drop the video of her brand new emotional track called ‘What Other People Say’. For her latest project, she has joined forces with Australian pop-rock singer Sam Fischer.
To announce the music video of her latest project, the 28-year-old crooner took to her official Twitter account to share the trailer with her 55 million followers. The award-winning singer had first announced the track on February 2 and since then fans have also showered love on the lyrical video and the track.
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#WhatOtherPeopleSay music video 👀🚊🎬 Coming soon with @SamFischer!! pic.twitter.com/Mbl1xpjyuA— Demi Lovato (@ddlovato) February 10, 2021
Though the track ‘What Other People Say’ was released on February 4, the singer has not shared the official release date of the music video.
Demi Lovato shared the trailer of her new single where we could see her donning a new haircut. Demi opted for a very short hair length dyed in dark pink. In the 15-second trailer, we see Sam Fischer riding on an empty train and as he looks into his reflection on a window, only the reflection is that of Demi Lovato.
Speaking to The Sun, Sam Fischer also revealed that he was planning to record ‘What Other People Say’ with someone else. “The writing session was actually supposed to be for another artiste, but that artiste didn't turn up. Demi heard it and immediately connected with the lyrics.”
He continued, “I felt like this was something that she really wanted to say and share from her own personal perspective, but she hadn't found the words to do that yet. So it's kind of nuts. Demi has one of the best voices in the world. My personal opinion is that she's never sounded better than on this song. Her voice is other-worldly.”
Fischer added, “She's been through so much. And to have the ability to be able to almost relive what you've gone through to put into a song and share that with people and be able to use your experiences to help others is such a beautiful gift that she possesses.”
According to the website Pop Inquirer, Demi also shared her thoughts on the song. “This song is a reflection on what it’s like to lose who you truly are in an effort to please other people and society. It’s why I wanted to make this song with Sam – ultimately it’s about two humans coming together to connect and find solutions to their problems.”
Demi Lovato kicks-off the track with lyrics, “Thought when I grew up, I would be the same/ As the ones who gave me my last name/ I would not give in, I would not partake/ In the same old drugs everyone else takes,” whereas Fischer croons on the second verse, “I wish I could shelter the boy I knew, From the constant hell I'd put him through/ 'Cause I'm all grown up and I'm black and blue/ I could use some tape, I could use some glue.”
Where to livestream?
The official music video of Demi Lovato’s brand new single featuring Sam Fischer will be up for streaming on YouTube.