Demi Lovato Announces New Album 'Tell Me You Love Me,' Teases Title Track

The singer's sixth studio LP will be released Sept. 29.

Sorry, not sorry Taylor Swift, but if you think you're the only one who got to announce a new album on Wednesday (Aug. 23), you were mistaken. 

Wednesday afternoon, Demi Lovato revealed her sixth studio album, titled Tell Me You Love Me, will be released Sept. 29, sharing a taste of the title track and what's presumably the album art in a post on social media. Pre-order for the set goes up at midnight. 

A black and white video features Lovato singing in the recording studio as it zooms out from her eyeball to show what appears to be album artwork featuring the pop star making a somewhat pouting face and holding her hayrack with her hands. In it, we hear her powerful voice singing, "Tell me you love me, I need someone on days like this I do/ On days like this/ Oh, can you hear my heart say oh oh oh oh oh."

The new album will likely include Lovato's single "Sorry Not Sorry," which she released last month. 

Meanwhile, the singer has recently made several high profile announcements of public performances now clearly leading up to her album release, including the VMAs (which she announced just an hour earlier on Wednesday), the national anthem at the much-hyped Mayweather Vs. McGregor boxing match and last weekend performed at Billboard's Hot 100 Fest. 

Check out her album announcement here: