Like most Lovatics (Demi Lovato’s fanbase), I was looking forward to the release of the 1st single from her upcoming album, “Heart Attack.” I was especially curious after I listened to an interview in which the X-Factor U.S. judge and former Disney darling said she was “done with EDM (electronic dance music)” after recording a somewhat conforming album, “Unbroken,” and missed “hearing real instruments on the radio...I want my lyrics to mature and my sound to mature just like I have." “Heart Attack” unfortunately fails to be reflection of Lovato’s new approach. One thing I’ve always said in praise of Lovato is that with each album, growth is seen and she’s a budding artist to watch. The single sounds like its taking a few steps back with EDM effects and shockingly childish writing: “You make me wanna act like a girl; paint my nails and wear perfume. For you make me so nervous that I just can't hold your hand.” The theme of the song is that she’s reluctant to fall in love for fear of a broken heart, so she internalizes her excitement, even though she’s breaking her personal rules. It seems like there would be a more thoughtful, mature way to illustrate this concept. I want to rewrite the song for her. You can listen to “Heart Attack” below.