Although the "Made In The USA" music video has not been given an unveiling date yet, Lovato co-directed the clip, which apparently includes "some special surprise actors," according to a press release.
"Heart Attack" became Lovato's second Top 10 hit on the Hot 100 chart (following "Skyscraper" in 2011), and is now the second biggest-selling single of her career, accruing 1.5 million downloads to date according to Nielsen SoundScan ("Give Your Heart a Break" still leads with 1.9 million downloads). After debuting at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 chart last month, "Demi" has sold 178,000 copies to date, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
Demi Lovato Explains How 'Give Your Heart a Break' Influenced 'Demi': Video
"With my album this time, I wanted to go into it keeping in mind that I want to listen to stuff on the radio that I can relate to," Lovato told Billboard last month in an extended Q&A. "I think the reason why artists like Adele and Taylor Swift are so relatable is because they talk about their experiences and pour it out in their songs. There's a lot more to their music than just partying and going out."
"Made In The USA" is an uptempo, red-white-and-blue-tinged celebration of everlasting love, and a fine choice for a follow-up single -- although we can't wait for the "Demi" standout "Something That We're Not" to be worked as a single one of these days. What do you think of "Made In The USA"? Share your thoughts below.