Demi Lovato has unveiled a new tattoo following the release of her latest track, in which she sings about breaking her six-year-long sobriety stint.
The pop star took to Instagram to post a picture of her ink, which is the word 'free' written in cursive on her hand.
The snap was time-stamped June 22 of this year - the day after she released her new song, 'Sober'.
Lovato also shared a photo that showed the rest of her team with the same fresh tattoos on their fingers. She captioned the snap, "The team that tats together, stays together."
Last week, Lovato admitted falling off the wagon through the lyrics of her latest single.
"Momma, I'm so sorry I'm not sober anymore/And daddy please forgive me for the drinks spilled on the floor," she sings in the ballad.
The songstress shared an emotional live performance of the song at the Rock in Rio festival in Lisbon, where she referenced her struggles with substance abuse.
"Tonight I took the stage, a new person with a new life. Thank you to everyone who has supported me throughout this journey.
"It will never be forgotten," she captioned the clip, in which she can be heard choking back tears while singing.
"Listen to her voice break at the end," one fan wrote, followed by crying emojis.
In her song 'Sober', Lovato addresses her regret over losing fans as a result of her battles with addiction, and messages of support quickly filled her comments section.
"You are an INSPIRATION! We are all here for you no matter what!" said one follower.
"You'll always be an amazing role model....no slip ups or mistakes will change that! We love you so much…after all we're all only human," wrote another.
In the lyric video for ‘Sober’, Lovato is shown holding a glass of wine, followed by footage of an ambulance.