The full visuals, which was shot earlier this month at the L.A. Gay Pride Parade, is set to be released on June 26.
The music video for Demi Lovato's newest single, "Really Don't Care", is coming out soon. On Monday, June 23, the former Disney star teased her upcoming project with a sneak-peek clip shared via YouTube.
The visuals was shot earlier this month, during Lovato's set at the L.A. Gay Pride Parade. The 15-second teaser mostly shows thousands of excited Lovatics packing the street while the sirens blast throughout the area. The full clip is set to be released on Thursday, June 26.
"Really Don't Care" is the latest single from Lovato's 2013 self-titled effort, "Demi". The track features guest vocals from British beauty and "Neon Lights" tourmate Cher Lloyd. Earlier this month, the duo appeared together to perform the track on "Good Morning America" for its Summer Concert Series.
Lovato is now gearing up to embark on her "Demi" world tour which is scheduled to open in the U.S. on September 6 in Baltimore. Singer Christina Perri and boyband MKTO have all been enlisted to open the upcoming shows.