Demi Lovato has revealed the video for her latest Confident single, "Stone Cold," and it finds her belting her "Someone Like You"-esque anthem from the mountaintops.

The clip is directed by Patrick Ecclesine. It's Ecclesine's first music video — but he's the very same Vanity Fair contributor who photographed Demi's impromptu nude photo shoot for the magazine back in October.

Lovato promoted the "Stone Cold" video on social media in the days leading up to its debut, sharing photos of the location's sweeping views and calling it her "favorite song on the album and the most emotional video I've ever shot." She also shared BTS from the snowy mountaintop shoot, which only put a slight damper on its cinematic visceral impact — the singer covers her neutral-hue ensemble with a giant black puffy coat between takes (it does look, um, stone cold out there).

Demi's made headlines regularly over the past two weeks, first for her standout performance in the Grammys tribute to Lionel Richie, and then for a turn on the Tonight Show's "Wheel of Musical Impressions" that featured an especially-entertaining Fetty Wap impersonation. And though June currently feels 10,000 years away, there's less than four months until the kickoff of her Future Now tour with friend and Safehouse Records co-founder Nick Jonas. Check out the tour dates here.

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