Demi Lovato has released a stripped-down version of "Tell Me You Love Me," the title track from her new album.
The singer released the video on her official VEVO YouTube page on Thursday, Feb. 15.
The track was from her new album, also called Tell Me You Love Me, which came out July of last year. The album also spawned another hit, "Sorry Not Sorry," which immediately climbed to the Top 5 of iTunes and had been certified double platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America.
The album also debuted at No. 1 on iTunes in September, reported Broadway World.
"Sorry Not Sorry" also peaked at the No. 6 spot of the Billboard Hot 100 in November.
During a meet and greet with fans with JBL, an audio company, in New York City in September, the 25-year-old revealed that the challenges she has faced in the past year inspired each song from the album.
"What inspired me to be so open on this album was, I don't know, I've kind of been through a lot over this past year and a half since I released my last album," she told a fan. "Or two years, and I wanted to be honest because my fans deserve that."
Her last album was Confident released in 2015.
The former Disney star also recounted that she first heard the song "Tell Me You Love Me" around the time she was going through a breakup.
"It's about the vulnerability of coming out of a very serious relationship and having a tough time with it," she explained. " It also at the same time calls out a big misconception with the line, 'You ain't nobody 'til you got somebody,' which again comes from that vulnerability with mixed emotions."
Meanwhile, the massive hit "Sorry Not Sorry" was easily her favorite from her sixth album.
"I wanted to kick off the launch of my new music in a fun and upbeat way," Lovato shared. " A lot of people on my team wanted to go with another song as the first single, and I really pushed for 'Sorry Not Sorry.'"
In the past year, the award-winning singer also released a documentary called Demi Lovato: Simply Complicated which has now been streamed over 14 million times on YouTube. In the documentary, she talked about the transformative moments in her life, like her judging stint on the X Factor, her battles with substance abuse and an eating disorder, mental illness, and her personal relationships.
Lovato received a nomination for the LGBT+ Celebrity category of the 2018 British LGBT Awards.