One of many larger surprises of this summer time thus far was when guitarist Nita Strauss introduced that she was leaving Alice Cooper‘s band after eight years to pursue another gig. We have since realized that she’s joined Demi Lovato‘s band, and the pop-rocker simply shared a brand new video clip rehearsing for his or her upcoming tour.
The video itself would not include any stay audio from the rehearsal, however moderately footage of Lovato, Strauss and the remainder of the band performing the one “Substance” in a studio area with the precise studio recording of the observe taking part in over it.
“Cannot wait to see you guys on tour,” Lovato wrote within the caption. See the submit under.
Strauss confirmed her departure from Cooper’s band earlier this month, and teased that she was on her technique to begin her new function.
“The previous eight years collectively has been the expertise of a lifetime, and I couldn’t be extra grateful to Alice and Sheryl Cooper, Shep Gordon, the superb band, crew and followers for welcoming me to your whole nightmare. I don’t know what the long run will maintain after this, however I’m ceaselessly grateful,” she wrote in a submit on social media.
A few days later, Strauss appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! with Lovato the place they performed “Substance” stay for the primary time. It is the second single from the singer’s upcoming rock-infused album HOLY FVCK, which will probably be out Aug. 19 and will be pre-ordered here.
“By no means have I been extra positive of myself and my music, and this file speaks that for itself,” Lovato instructed Rolling Stone of their new musical course again in June. “To my Lovatics who’ve been rocking out with me because the starting and those that are simply now coming alongside for the journey, thanks. This file is for you.”
Lovato, Strauss and co. will hit the street for a North American tour on Sept. 22, following a sequence of South American performances that begins in August. See all the upcoming dates and get tickets with this hyperlink.
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