"Nightingale" is a piano ballad from the American singer and actress Demi Lovato.
"Nightingale" is part of the singer's fourth studio album, "Demi", which was released on May 10th, 2013.
It features bubblegum pop influences as well as pop and synthpop. Lovato's vocal performance was praised by the music critics while the album was certified triple platinum in many countries including Mexico, Colombia and Canada.
The song's lyrics has personal significance.
The stripped down piano ballad has some touching, sensible lyrics which reflect the singer's own feelings.
"Nightingale" is a song which has served the singer face her own emotion and also provide the audience with a beautiful piano ballad.
The singer debuted on the Disney Channel movie "Camp Rock" which offered her the chance to sign a recording contract with Hollywood Records. Soon after, on September 23rd, 2008 followed her debut album, "Don't Forget", which reached number two on the "Billboard Hot 200" and it was certified gold by the RIAA after selling almost 100 thousand copies in its first week since release.
The following year, on July 21st, 2009, the second album was released: "Here We Go Again". It topped the "Billboard Hot 200" and it contained hits such as "Remember December" and "Here We Go Again". After that, came a nationwide tour, to promote the album. The opening acts were performed by Jordan Pruitt, David Archuleta and KSM.
"Unbroken" was Lovato's third album and it was released on September 20th, 2011.
Singles like "Give Your Heart a Break" and "Skyscrapers" received positive reviews from the music critics and were certified platinum and double platinum by the RIAA. She embarked on a second tour, named "Summer Tour 2012".