Demi Lovato's "Neon Lights" is the most dance floor-ready cut from her "Demi" album, and accordingly, the pop star gets to steppin' in the track's colorful music, released on Thursday (Nov. 21).
In between taking a dip in some purply water and singing in the middle of an empty, fluorescent room, Lovato commands an army of shirtless dancer dudes and eventually brings that choreography to the rave. The most striking shots in the "Neon Lights" clip find Lovato turning out the lights and literally glowing, thanks to some neon lips, fingernails and eyeshadow.
"Neon Lights" is the third single from "Demi," which has sold 283,000 copies since its release last May. In February, the "X Factor" judge will embark on the Neon Lights headlining tour, with Little Mix, Cher Lloyd and Fifth Harmony in the fold as support.