How to Learn Singing “Brand New Day” from Demi Lovato

Learning to Sing “Brand New Day” by Demi Lovato

“Brand New Day” by Demi Lovato is an inspiring song to learn for both intermediate and experienced singers. One notable vocal technique used in this iconic song is Belting. A powerful style in its own right, Belting is widely used in genres such as pop, rock, gospel, and musical theatre – similar songs featuring this technique include “I Will Always Love You” by Whitney Houston and “Defying Gravity” from the musical Wicked.

Understanding Your Voice

Prior to learning any song, it’s crucial to analyze your voice and understand your voice type. Second, use our Vocal Range Test to identify your vocal range. This knowledge will help tailoring your learning process to your personal abilities and prevent potential vocal damage.

Mastering Belting

Belting is a technique that produces a strong, resonant sound. It often sits high in your vocal register and is supported by good breath control. Inappropriate use can lead to vocal damage, hence, a solid understanding of breath support and voice registers is key. Skim through Contemporary vocal techniques: Heavy modal, Twang, Belting to understand the mechanics.

Ready to practice? Use our Pitch Training tool to get your voice warmed up and ready to belt. Visual pitch representation promotes vocal agility and will aid in achieving that powerful sound.

Break it Down

An efficient way to learn a song effectively is to break it down into manageable sections. Start with the verses, then the chorus, and finally piece it together. You can use our Vocal Pitch Monitor to test the accuracy of your pitch.


Once you’ve learned “Brand New Day”, you can start incorporating emotion and performing skills. For tips on overcoming stage fright and giving a compelling performance check out How to overcome stage fright and Tips for performing on stage.

In addition, you might also want to explore other songs within your vocal range. Use our song search for songs matching your range, difficulty, and genre preference.

Finally, remember that singing should bring joy. Use “Brand New Day” as a launchpad to expand your repertoire and improve your techniques. Happy singing!