Demi Lovato's ex-boyfriend Max Ehrich recently released his new video. The drama encompassing Demi Lovato and Max Ehrich's abrupt end to their engagement came as a shock to everyone. For the unversed, it was earlier this year when Lovato and Ehrich began dating each other and quarantined together before getting engaged in July with a dream proposal by the beach in Malibu. However, after two months, the couple split while fans try to decipher exactly what went wrong with the young lovebirds.
Now, it seems like Ehrich has taken some influence from his ex-fiancée to use music as a catalyst for removing out frustrations of a broken relationship. Making his singing debut, Max recently dropped a new single titled Afraid along with a melancholic music video that sees the 29-year-old actor playing the piano in front of a green screen as the earth, sea, desert, city life and more engulf him. The Walk. Ride. Rodeo. The star sings the blues about how he's afraid to love someone with his whole heart.
Interestingly, the comments section of Afraid MV on YouTube has been kept off, given how much hate Max has been receiving since his engagement with Demi got called off. Meanwhile, in a statement to Billboard, Max admitted that he had recorded Afraid when he was falling for Demi and that the song speaks of all the emotions that he was going through at that time. "The simplicity of the piano totally brings it home for me. It’s beyond fulfilling to be able to release these feelings in a song," Ehrich confessed.