Demi Lovato releases Holy Fvck album and promises surprise at Rock in Rio

Demi Lovato releases Holy Fvck album and promises surprise at Rock in Rio

Demi Lovato is officially back. Four years after an overdose that almost took her life, the singer will be touring on July 24, 2018 with her new album Holy Fvck, which she releases today.

Brazil will be the first country to get a show from the new tour after the record’s release. Demi has already done two previous gigs in the US, which is kind of a warmup for what’s to be experienced here.

During her eighth visit to Brazil (she was here in 2009, 2010, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017), the singer will be in São Paulo (30 and 31 August), Belo Horizonte (2 September) and Rio de Janeiro. It was in Rio that Demi would play one of the most important shows of her career: her Rock in Rio debut on September 4 to an estimated audience of 100,000.

“First and foremost, I am so grateful to my Brazilian fans. Your support means the world to me,” Demi Lovato said in an interview syringes (Check out the chat in the video above).

The Brazilian audience represents the “Lomatics” very well. Proof of this is that “Substance,” a song released as a single in July, a month before the album, has been played more here than in any other streaming country in the world, including the United States, the country in which the singer was born.

There are those who dare to say that Demi is more loved in Brazil than anywhere else in the world, which makes the singer always bring her tours here. At the debut shows of “Holy Fvck” in the United States, it was possible to see the green and yellow flag in the audience.

“The passion she [brasileiros] with my songs, demonstrating at my shows, I can never express how grateful I am.”

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Demi Lovato Experiences Rock’n’Roll Phase On New Album “Holy Fvck”

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Demi has never hidden her pain and problems in the lyrics of her songs. In “Holy Fvck”, an album in which she relies more on rock than pop, she asks for help, speaks openly about her alcohol and drug addiction, her neardeath in 2018, love crises and other topics that she has never hidden from her publicly.

For Demi, this is one of the points that brings her closer to Brazilians who are known as hospitable people.

“I think what connects me to Brazilian fans is absolute honesty and the way they react to my music and passion. I’m a very passionate person and that’s what binds us together,” he admits.

A single topic that Demi Lovato’s team wanted to leave out of the interview is the issue of pronouns, something the singer still doesn’t like to talk about.

In May last year, Demi revealed that she identified as a nonbinary person and began being addressed with neuter pronouns. Less than a year later, in April 2022, she announced that she would accept being called by female pronouns again.

Although she accepts the feminine pronouns, that doesn’t mean she’s no longer a nonbinary person, as the neuter pronouns remain in her Instagram bio as well.