Avril Lavigne’s fight for her new album – “This is what I really wanted!”
With her hit single Bite Me in the final months of 2021, AVRIL LAVIGNE made a triumphant comeback, and her upcoming album will be drenched in that same exciting pop-punk style, with a slew of exciting collaborations.
When Lavigne released Bite Me in November 2021, rock fans from the 2000s were ecstatic.
The hit single was the 37-year-old’s first since his comeback in 2019.
Although she is known as the rock princess, her previous album, Head Above Water, was heavily influenced by jazz.
She will continue to fight to play the music that she grew up with.
Lavigne’s upcoming seventh studio album (which has yet to be given a title) is expected to be just as biting as her first single.
“I’m really stoked about the new music and just in such a good place,” she said in her most recent thrilling interview, hinting at what’s to come.
We’re all having a blast.
“I went back to the sounds that influenced me the most at the start of my career.”
To the core, I’m a kid from a small town who grew up listening to bands like Blink-182, Green Day, and NOFX, and I tapped into that.” (via Entertainment Weekly) And, in true rock and roll fashion, she would not stop until she could play her music exactly how she wanted.
“There’s always a fine line when you have a label involved and they’re telling you what radio wants and doesn’t want, so it gets really annoying,” Lavigne explained.
‘F**k this,’ I thought. Back to live drums and electric distorted guitars.
It is a quick procedure.
From beginning to end, it’s pure rock and roll.”
The Canadian singer revealed that she began her career with power ballads like I’m With You and Keep Holding On.
She did say, however, that it was “time” to move on to more energetic music.
“This time I just wanted to have a good time and rock out,” Lavigne said.
It just felt like the right time to make this kind of record.”
“I was just like: ‘Let’s make a pop-punk record.’ We used live guitars and live drums and didn’t hold back,” she said of her upcoming album’s inspiration.
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