While preparing for tour in 2022, Demi Lovato was faced with a conundrum: How were they going to blend their old pop and R&B hits with their new, rockier releases like “SWINE”? Lovato had been singing some of those songs for 15 years, and they had long since evolved as an artist, so they started performing new arrangements with more of a pop-punk sound. REVAMPED reflects this transformation with 10 of their biggest tracks reimagined and rerecorded in their current edgier, rock style—featuring heavier guitars and drums. Slash even features on a punchy, headbanging version of “Sorry Not Sorry,” and The Used singer Bert McCracken harmonizes with them on “Give Your Heart a Break.” REVAMPED breathes new life into these classics, but the real star is Lovato’s voice, which has always been impressive, yet on tracks like “Heart Attack,” it soars to new heights, hitting notes with power and precision, with a bit of gravel. It’s an album best listened to at (near) max volume and perfect for scream-singing along—you already know the words.