Demi Lovato’s New Song ‘Skin Of My Teeth’ Is All About Struggles With Addiction (Video)

Demi Lovato’s New Song ‘Skin Of My Teeth’ Is All About Struggles With Addiction (Video)

Demi Lovato’s New Song ‘Skin Of My Teeth’ Is All About Struggles With Addiction (Video)

Skin Of My Teeth’ By Demi Lovato – What The Song Is About 

Demi Lovato, one of the most popular American singers and composers, just released Skin of My Teeth, the first single from their full-rock era. On Friday, June 10th, the song was released on streaming sites. The lyrical references in the song are about drug addiction and how it impacts mental health.

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Demi Lovato’s new single perfectly captures the struggle with addiction. The guitar-heavy track gives a unique twist to the new era of pop-punk and Lovato’s power-packed voice perfectly complemented the song’s lyrics. The song features Demi sitting in a bathtub donning a white coloured top.

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“I’m alive by the skin of my teeth/ I survived when it got harder to breathe/ God d–n it I just wanna be free,” a part of the song’s lyrics stated. Lovato continues over high-voltage guitar with the lines, “I’m just trying to keep my head above water/ I’m your son and I’m your daughter/ I’m your mother I’m your father/ I’m just a product of the problem.”


For the unversed, the song Skin of My Teeth is produced by Warren ‘Oak’ Felder, while the lyrics are penned down by Lovato, Alex Niceforo, Keith Sorrells, Laura Veltz, and Lil Aaron. Moreover, earlier in January 2022, Lovato teased a new era of  music as they posted a photo with the caption “a funeral for my pop music.”

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Demi Lovato opens up about her mental health

As per the reports of WomensHealthMag.com, the singer earlier opened up about her mental health issues, and bipolar struggles and stated that it was important to be vocal about the same. She said, “It’s a passion of mine—mental health advocacy—and I’ve decided to partner up with Be Vocal because it’s something that’s really powerful when it comes to not only informing people about what mental illness is but also what you can do to get help. It’s possible to live well, feel well, and also find happiness with bipolar disorder or any other mental illness they’re struggling with.”


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