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UPDATE: JAN. 4, 2019, 2:20 P.M. EST

It looks like Demi Lovato saw Senses Fail’s video, and she’s definitely a fan.

The singer tweeted, “Also I love you Senses Fail. Your video is everything.”



She also took to her Instagram story to declare her “inner emo kid” is dying. And honestly, same.

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ORIGINAL STORY: JAN. 4, 2019, 12:46 P.M. EST

Senses Fail love Demi Lovato, and they don’t care who knows it in their latest video for “Elevator To The Gallows.”

The band embraced a concept of “How to win Demi Lovato’s love,” working their hardest to win over the singer.

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From learning how to dance, amping up their look, working out and creating her favorite snacks, the band put their all into a Lovato-inspired boot camp.

While the video captures fun between the band, it’s a stark contrast to the song’s message. The lyrics capture what frontman Buddy Nielsen was grappling with while his wife faced extreme complications after their daughter Penelope’s birth.

And while the band are hoping to gain Lovato’s attention with the new video, they are doing so for a serious reason.

“We are all big fans of Demi,” the band says. We’ve tried to [at] her on Twitter but to no avail! So we took the logical next step and made a video devoted to winning her attention.

“Having personally struggled with addiction, I know all too well what Demi has been through. We want her to know Senses Fail loves her and wishes her the very best! Your best friends who you don’t know yet, Senses Fail.”

Do they successfully win her over? Watch below to find out.

“Elevator To The Gallows” is taken from Senses Fail’s latest If There Is Light, It Will Find You, which is available here.

The band are also kicking off a co-headliner with the Amity Affliction tonight in Anaheim, California. Silent Planet and Belmont are on as support. A full list of dates is available below with tickets on sale now.

01/04 – Anaheim, CA @ House Of Blues
01/05 – Las Vegas, NV @ Brooklyn Bowl
01/06 – Phoenix, AZ @ The Van Buren
01/08 – Dallas, TX @ Gas Monkey Live!
01/09 – Houston, TX @ House Of Blues
01/11 – New Orleans, LA @ The Joy Theater
01/12 – Orlando, FL @ House Of Blues
01/13 – Tampa, FL @ The Orpheum
01/15 – Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade
01/16 – Charlotte, NC @ The Underground
01/18 – Baltimore, MD @ Rams Head Live
01/19 – Worcester, MA @ The Palladium
01/20 – Philadelphia, PA @ Franklin Music Hall
01/22 – New York, NY @ Playstation Theater
01/24 – Montreal, QC @ Club Soda
01/25 – Toronto, ON @ Phoenix Theatre
01/26 – Detroit, MI @ Majestic Theatre
01/27 – Cleveland, OH @ House Of Blues
01/29 – St. Louis, MO @ Delmar Hall
01/30 – Chicago, IL @ Concord Music Hall
02/01 – Denver, CO @ Summit
02/02 – Salt Lake City, UT @ The Complex
02/04 – Seattle, WA @ The Showbox
02/05 – Portland, OR @ Crystal Ballroom
02/07 – Sacramento, CA @ Ace Of Spaces
02/08 – Santa Cruz, CA @ The Catalyst
02/09 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Regent
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