New Music From Demi Lovato, Panic! At the Disco, Daya & More







While some are heading back to college and others are experiencing the last few days of the summer season, it’s still a desirable time to create licensed bangers for your favorite queer artists. His rock by LGBTQ artists is apparently “dead” (spoiler: it’s not). On her eighth studio album, Holy Fvck, Lovato used punk, metal, industrial, 






one of her most attempted albums to date. have a much greater impact than It can be erotic (like the mid-album blockbuster “City of Angels”), angry (cuts like “Eat Me” and “Help Me” simmer from cover to cover), or even sad (the highlight “Happy Ending” is almost certain). ), Holy Fvck offers a card through her Lovato rebirth as a true rock star, outfitted to rage on this killer new LP.




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