Diamante is ‘Unlovable’ in new video

Diamante has released a music video for her new single “Unlovable,” taken from “American Dream” (out via Anti-Heroine, Diamante’s self-established independent record label; read Live Metal’s review).

Diamante previously shared videos for “Ghost Myself” and “Serves You Right”, a reimagination of Goo Goo Dolls classic “Iris” (featuring Breaking Benjamin) and, most recently, “I Love Myself for Hating You.”

“‘Unlovable’ is about my deepest insecurity, which is my fear that maybe I am too hard to love,” Diamante said. “Everyone at some point has been made to feel this way because it’s easy to believe (after many heartaches) that you yourself are the problem. It was written in the middle of lockdown when I wasn’t out on tour playing shows every night, and I was finally forced to sit with myself and feel every emotion/memory I had been suppressing … and my fear of being unlovable was definitely a haunting feeling.”

Buy “American Dream” here.

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