Pop superstar Demi Lovato has released an uplifting version of her single “Sorry Not Sorry” featuring guitar icon Slash.
“Sorry Not Sorry (Rock Version)” is the latest track released from Lovato’s upcoming album, renovated. The LP, due September 15, will feature rock versions of her hit songs.
The updated cut on “Sorry Not Sorry” introduces powerful new vocals and new production from Warren “Oak” Felder, Keith “Ten4” Sorrells, and Alex Nice, turning the pop song into a rock anthem. Slash contributes his fiery solo towards the end of the song.
“Slash is an iconic artist that I’ve been a fan of for years, and it’s an absolute honor to have such a legend as him on the rock version of ‘Sorry Not Sorry,'” Lovato said in a statement. “with renovatedI wanted to pay tribute to the songs that resonated the most with my fans and played a huge role in my career by breathing new and exciting life into it. It was incredibly fun creating this project and allowed me to express my passion for rock music in a new way, and I feel so much closer to my old music because of it. I can’t wait for everyone to hear more! “
10 track renovated It promises all new songs and production, with Lovato reimagining some of her greatest hits with a fresh rock edge. “The re-recorded music showcases Demi’s artistic growth and versatility, seamlessly evolving her songs from pop to rock while maintaining her signature vocals,” a press release boasts. The collection is currently available for pre-order and pre-order.
Lovato previously performed rock versions of some of her songs on her 2022 “HOLY FVCK Tour,” which featured a band that included Alice Cooper guitarist Nita Strauss. Since then, Strauss has rejoined Alice Cooper’s band and has released her own solo music.
Meanwhile, Slash will be on the road with Guns N’ Roses on an extensive North American tour starting in early August, featuring support from Alice in Chains, The Pretenders, Carrie Underwood, and more. Tickets are available here.
Listen to Demi Lovato’s “Sorry Not Sorry (Rock Version)” featuring Slash below.