Demi Lovato, a legendary vocalist and songwriter, releases one of her most moving, thereputic and forthright singles to date with “Sober;” a musical admittance that she has indeed relapsed after six years of sobriety. Lovato uses her story to inspire and educate amid coming face to face with her realities. A role model and influencer by inevitable fame design but a human nonetheless.
The most tainted and lonely souls are those typically doused in worldwide adulation and popularity. Lovato reveals this fact in her 2017 documentary Simply Complicated and with the release of this obviously intrepid record “Sober” we literally we’re able to witness the rise and sober decline of this international superstar. The biggest takeaway from this record should be her mature cognizance of her break in sobriety, how it effects others and her willingness to get help.
We’ve watched myriad artists fall victim to the perils of substance abuse, drugs and mental illenesses but how often do we get to be apart of their journey of overcoming? It’s rare but Lovato we’re here for the ride! Check out her latest single and lyric video below.
Momma I’m so sorry I’m not sober anymore / and Daddy please forgive me for the drinks spilled on the floor
To the ones who never left me / we’ve been down this road before
I’m so sorry / I’m not sober – anymore