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Vogue: I want to start out by saying I listened to the album this morning, and it totally hyped me up on my commute to work. I have some friends in the band called Dead Sara. They released an album last year, and it reignited this flame inside of me. I was like, ‘I want to do rock music.’ I saw them on tour and was super stoked about their music and was just like, ‘That’s what I want to go back to.’ It felt right to me because I hadn’t done it in a while. I wanted to return to my roots. I have a song called “Dead Friends,” and that was the first song I wrote and recorded for the album. It was a slower song, but I ended up turning it into a faster one. I wanted to pay homage to the friends that I missed, while keeping it upbeat and a feel-good homage to them. I started getting into rock music when I was about 12. What transitioned me into that was the emo and scene days. I was raised in Texas, so I was around a lot of [country music]. My mom listened to R&B, Motown, and pop, so I listened to that growing up too. But whenever I was able to choose my own music, I started listening to emo scene bands, and then I got into hardcore music and some metal. That’s when I ended up making my first album, when I was 15.
Of course, Lovato’s quest for authenticity is not just specific to this record release. Recently, Lovato has spoken candidly about her struggles with mental health and overcoming addiction, while last year, Lovato also shared she is non-binary, and now uses she/they pronouns. HOLY FVCK, then, felt like a continuation of her new mission to live life truthfully. “What I learned about myself making this record is that it’s okay to own your truth,” Lovato says. “I wanted to take my power back.” In the process, she’s produced a fiery album filled with passion, thoughtful reflection, and a dash of good ol’ fashioned rage. Below, Lovato talks with Vogue exclusively about the process of writing the new album, feeling like herself more than ever—and, of course, what she’ll be wearing on her upcoming tour.
Paired with her new musical sound, a fusion of rock and metal, it’s a clear message: Lovato is done being your bubblegum pop star. “I was referring to the hyper-feminine pop star that I used to be,” Lovato tells Vogue of the song. “Wearing the leotards on stage, and trying to fit the mold of what other people wanted from me.” Having previously dominated charts with songs like “Cool For The Summer” and “Confident,” the singer is clearly ready for her next chapter. And it’s one that’s much rawer—and more real. The rock sound on Lovato’s HOLY FVCK may be a dramatic switch-up compared to her recent dance-pop albums, but it’s not exactly new territory for the singer. It marks a return to Lovato’s earlier work, when she burst onto the scene in 2008 with her rock-pop album, Don’t Forget, and starred in the tween film Camp Rock with the Jonas Brothers. “I wanted to go back to my roots,” says Lovato of the new sound. On the album, Lovato aims to free herself of both musical and aesthetic expectations that have been placed on her—and for once, chooses to be unapologetic about doing so. The angsty tracks navigate themes of relationships, religion, and sex with a newfound candor for Lovato. (On “Heaven,” for one, she sings, “If pleasure is wrong, cast me out like a sinner, I found myself with my two little fingers.”)
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