Demi Lovato’s & Video

July 14, 2011 by Post Team 

Demi Lovato's & VideoDemi Lovato’s & Video, Disney star Demi Lovato has definitely had some tough times lately, but if we believe that the lyrics of her new single, Toby Gad-produced “Skyscraper,” which comes from the other side becomes stronger for its trials.

The ballad, which reached number 1 on iTunes today, video has a straight, largely a closeup of the face of very strong Demi when she emotes through the lyrics often distressed while walking down the sand. Nobody else appears in the clip as Mark Pellington directed the focus is to clearly show the pain has gone through and that is growing, not as the proverbial phoenix, but like a skyscraper. The video remains intensely personal tone of the song, but also takes care of her court, showing symbolically broken glass, and a heart that remains intact. Pellington, who is best known for her tremendous sense of Pearl Jam “Jeremy” by U2 “One” and The Fray “How To Save A Life” brings a sense of privacy in the clip, despite the frequent open spaces.

Lovato, who was hospitalized for her eating disorder, cutting, depression and bipolar disease without medication, has been talking boldly about what happened and although her decision to abandon its program of Disney, “Sonny With a Chance” and help. That alone, deserves enormous credit. In an interview airing on E online movement, talks 18 years of first feeling suicidal when he was seven years old.

It’s a great song? No. Does it give a little melodrama too? Yes, but no doubt her sincerity. And if the song and / or video can help a girl who has followed her and her courageous admission or if the song a few days ago a girl better than she thinks she can climb like a “skyscraper,” then we can live with their lack of modesty. “Skyscraper” is the first single from Demi’s third album as yet untitled, due out this fall.

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