"Music is always there for me."

It’s been less than a week since her split from fiancé Max Ehrich, but with "Still Have Me" Demi Lovato just dropped her most vulnerable breakup track yet. The singer’s year has been a total rollercoaster, having gone from quarantining with theYoung and the Restless actor amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, to getting engaged, to a tumultuous break-up all in the span of six months. However, the lyrics to her surprise new single, released on Wednesday, Sept. 30, proves that she’s taking the chaos in stride.

Lovato gave fans short notice that she would be releasing new music on Tuesday night, tweeting, "Music is always there for me… song in the am." In classic Lovato fashion, "Still Have Me" is a piano ballad that allows her vocals to shine and the emotional lyrics to stand front and center. Though she doesn’t reference her broken engagement explicitly in the track, she sings about attempting to heal in the face of devastation, opening the song by admitting that she’s "a mess and still broken."

"Everything around me shattered / All the highs are now just lows / But it doesn’t even matter /’ Cause I’d rather be alone," she sings on the second verse. Of course, fans can interpret the lyrics however they want to, but they definitely point to being a ballad about moving on from a heartbreaking split, especially considering recent events involving Ehrich.

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