Demi Lovato Sets 'Give Your Heart A Break' Video Release

'This is a song about faith,' Lovato says of Unbroken song, for which video premieres next week.

Demi Lovato fans won't have to wait too much longer to see the singer's video for her latest single, "Give Your Heart a Break."

The video for Lovato's second Unbroken single will premiere April 2 on E! News. In several teased shots from the clip, a bare-faced Demi looks out from behind a curtain and flirts with her love interest. In another shot, said shirtless love interest returns her tender glances, also from behind a curtain.

"The new music video, I'm basically trying to convince a guy that I didn't break his heart, and we get into a fight and I try to win him over again," she told MTV News. "So I do something special for him at the end of the song."

The video certainly seems like it's going to be sexy, and Lovato commented on having to get romantic with someone she barely knows on set. "It's kind of funny. It's part of the job though. You just try to get through it, but it is kind of awkward at first when you have to act like a couple with someone that you don't know," she said. "He was really sweet, really sweet and really cute."

Recently, Demi opened up a bit more about the track in a video she posted on Twitter. "19-years-old ... sometimes it feels like during that brief time that I've been alive that I've lived through more emotions than people twice my age," she said. "I think that's the reason I sing about love so often in the music I make."

She explained that despite the play on the word "heartbreak" in the title, the song is about the exact opposite. "Last year I began working on a song about a different kind of love," she said. "It's a song about showing someone you love that you're the one right in front of them. This is a song about faith."