Demi Lovato announced that she will be releasing a rock version of her 2017 pop hit track, ’Sorry Not Sorry’.
The 30 year old musician, teased the track on her Instagram Story which also features the lead guitarist of Guns N’ Roses- Slash. While the lyrics seem to be the same, the song has got an edgy twist thanks to the guitarist’s riffs and Lovato’s impressive vocals.
When it initially debuted in 2017, the song ‘Sorry Not Sorry’ achieved remarkable success, reaching No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart. This marked the artist’s highest-charting hit at that time. Furthermore, the track remained on the chart for a remarkable duration of 36 weeks.
Continuing the trend of releasing rock-infused renditions of her previous hits, Demi Lovato recently unveiled a revved-up version of her 2013 track, ‘Heart Attack’ in March. Building on the momentum, she then treated fans to a rock version of ‘Cool for the Summer’ in May. The latest addition to this series is the upcoming rock rendition of ‘Sorry Not Sorry’.
After the release of ‘Heart Attack,’ the singer expressed her desire to create a fresh rendition of the song that aligns more closely with the rock sound showcased on her latest album, ‘Holy Fvck’. In a press release, Lovato conveyed her joy in breathing new life into ‘Heart Attack’ by embracing a musical style that accurately reflects her current artistic direction.