To follow up her recent duet with boyfriend Joe Jonas, "Make a Wave," for the eco-conscious film "Oceans," [artist id="3079280"]Demi Lovato[/artist] is edging it up a bit for her pop-rock song with [artist id="2816492"]We the Kings[/artist] called "We'll Be a Dream."
In the video for the mid-tempo ballad, which premiered on MTV Thursday (April 22), Lovato and the band play a gig for a group of teenagers at a party in the woods. The track, from We the Kings' album Smile Kid, is about young love and two people sharing their dreams of making it big someday, depicted in the video as a dreamy escape into a world of pillow, water balloon and food fights. The video was shot in Elysian Park in Los Angeles earlier this year.
Lovato first appears in the clip walking through the forest with feathers flying as the teens laugh their way through a pillow fight. She then hits the stage for a performance of the song, while lustful glances are exchanged between two teens in the audience in the midst of the craziness going on around them.
The partygoers settle down and simply start enjoying the song. Lovato appears to settle into her role as rocker, while she and the band's lead singer, Travis Clark, smile and have a good time onstage.
On the We the Kings Twitter, the band wrote, "@travisrclark: FINALLY!!!! @WeTheKings - We'll Be A Dream ft. @ddlovato is premiering on MTV on Thursday!!" Lovato mirrored that excitement on her page, re-tweeting the message and reminding fans to check out the clip.
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