For a comeback song, Demi Lovato doesn’t hold back anything on a self-examination.

The singer, releasing her second single since her near-fatal overdose back in July 2018,  opens the floodgates into her life. In the video, Demi comes to literal blows with the person she used to be, all while trying to find an inner peace that, thus far, has alluded her.

She also takes several strolls down memory lane, including a Camp Rock shout out. There’s also a jarring scene where she’s being rushed to the hospital, alluding to the July 2018 overdose.

“‘Cause I’m a black belt when I’m beating up on myself/But I’m an expert on giving love to somebody else/Me, Myself and I don’t see eye to eye,” Demi sings in the ramp up to the chorus.

The single drops a day after a powerful appearance on Ellen, where Demi opened up about a number of topics, including how controlling her former team was.

“My life, I just felt, was so—and I hate to use this word—but I felt like it was controlled by so many people around me,” Demi said during the interview. “If I was in my hotel room at night, they would take the phone out of the hotel room so I couldn’t call room service. Or, if there was fruit in my hotel room, they would take it out because that’s extra sugar. We’re not talking about, like, brownies, and cookies, and candies and stuff. It was fruit.”