Demi Lovato released the music video for her song “Stone Cold” on Feb. 23. The song is from her most recent album, Confident, which was released in October.
In a series of photos on Instagram, Lovato has said that "Stone Cold" is “My favorite song on the album and the most emotional video I've ever shot,” and that she is “Very proud of this one."
The music video shows Lovato trudging through snow and crying in a bathtub. It’s simple yet painful. She seems to convey real feelings in the raw video, singing her heart out.
When I shot this video, I didn't want it to be anything close to glamorous or anywhere near "sexy." I wanted it to be like nothing that I've ever put in the creative to a video I've shot. This song hurts. So unbelievably bad. And when I perform it on a tv show, in rehearsals or even in a bathtub, it completely takes me to a different place. This song was so therapeutic to write and record, and because of that I wanted to translate that same emotion onto the screen. I'm so grateful to everyone who was a part of this video and this song. And to all of you, thank you for listening.. And hopefully letting yourself be taken to a place in your heart that needs healing too. #STONECOLD
“Stone Cold” is only the fourth song from Confident to have an official music video released for it. In less than 24 hours since the music video was released, it has been watched over 1.1 million times. Other music videos from Confident include “Cool for the Summer," “Confident” and “Waitin for You.”
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