• On June 29, 2017, Lovato published a trio of pictures in her Instagram and Twitter account
showing an acronym titled "SNS" causing speculation related to a possible new single. Five days after,
the singer confirmed the release of a song via an Instagram video, and teased an instrumental of the track,
the following day, Lovato posted a video on her Twitter revealing the title "Sorry Not Sorry".
From the Album
• Lovato explains to Amazon Music that "Sorry Not Sorry" is a song for the "haters" with the message
"You know what? I'm good now, and sorry I'm not sorry that you may not be loving where your life is at the moment."
• Lars Brandle of Billboard wrote it was "bound to be embraced as a girl-power anthem."
• "Sorry Not Sorry" debuted on the US Billboard Hot 100 at number 52 three days following its release.
It sold 45,000 copies in the US alone in its first three days. The single has so far reached a peak of
number eight on the US Billboard Hot 100, becoming Lovato's first top 10 entry in the United States since
"Heart Attack" in 2013, and her highest charting song on the chart. "Sorry Not Sorry"
also managed to reach the top 10 in the charts of other major music markets, such as Australia,
New Zealand, Ireland and United Kingdom, where it became Lovato's sixth top 10 single.
Tell Me You Love Me
July 11, 2017
Demi Lovato, Oak Felder, Sean Douglas, Trevor Brown, William Zaire Simmons
Oak Felder, "Downtown" Trevor Brown (co.), Zaire Koalo (co.)
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