Avril Lavigne Announce Self-Titled Album, Unveil Album Cover

Avril Lavigne are proving her relevancy in the recent age of music. Taking back the moment of her rising days, the new album becomes stronger than the 2011’s Goodbye Lullaby, straight forward to a cheerful life! From the possibly strongest track ‘Bad Girl’ to the should-to-be smoothest ‘Hello Kitty’, this album gonna sound richer at all.

‘Avril Lavigne’, the self-titled fifth album, scheduled to be released Sept 24, 2013 via Epic Records. Produced by Max Martin and Boys Like Girls’ Martin Johnson, the album was led by the hit single Here’s to Never Growing Up, and seemingly will followed by the next single ‘Rock and Roll’.

Avril Lavigne.

1. Burnout
2. Here’s to Never Growing Up
3. 17
4. Play It Loud
5. Follow Your Heart (ft. Dixie Chicks)
6. Butterscotch
7. Rock and Roll
8. Hello Kitty
9. Bad Girl (ft. Marilyn Manson)
10. Hot Mess Princess
11. Give You What You Like
12. Bitches Get Stitches (ft. Skylar Grey)
13. Pinheart
14. Let Me Go (ft. Chad Kroeger)
15. Black Seas (plus hidden track ‘Fly’)
16. How You Remind Me (Nickelback cover) [Bonus Track]
17. Punk You Very Much [Bonus Track]
18. Hello Kitty (Remix) (ft. 2NE1) [Bonus Track]
19. Here’s to Never Growing Up (SDP Extended Mix) [Bonus Track]

  • Album pre-order available Aug 26, the day we’re gonna to see ‘Rock and Roll’ music video.

The Adele-ish looks to the album cover hopefully brings more strength for the album’s sound than just a picture.

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