Demi Lovato stopped The show tonight to perform their recent single, “Substance”. Appearing with a band, Lovato took on vocals and lead guitar for the pop-punk track Anthem, released last month.
“Substance” will appear on Lovato’s upcoming album, Saint-Fvck, released on August 19. It was written by Lovato, Oak, Keith Sorrells, Alex Niceforo, Laura Veltz and Jordan Lutes, and produced by Oak, Sorrells and Niceforo.
“I’m so excited to share another taste of what’s to come on this album,” Lovato explained in a statement when the single was released. “We can all relate to the search for something more in life, and I want this song to make you feel like you’re having a hell of a good time doing it.”
Lovato sat down with host Jimmy Fallon to discuss their new music and to reflect on the full circle moment when Kelly Clarkson covered one of their songs. The singer and Fallon also played part of a game called Quicktionary.
Lovato kicked off her current rock era with “Skin of My Teeth” last month, the debut single from Saint-Fvck. Along with “Substance,” the singer shared the full track list for the album, which includes collaborations with Yungblud, Royal & The Serpent, and Dead Sara. The album is available for Pre-order now.
To support the album, Lovato will tour North and South America this fall. The 32-date tour kicked off August 13 in Springfield, IL at the Illinois State Fair and wraps up in Irving, TX at the Toyota Music Factory Pavilion on November 6. Dead Sara and Royal & The Serpent will open select dates.