Avril’s back on tour! She announced the North American tour running for 1 month September – October. Hoping for more dates soon! Sign up for presale on Avril’s official site, avrillavigne.com
9.14 – Seattle, WA @ Paramount Theatre
9.15 – Portland, OR @ Keller Auditorium
9.17 – Oakland, CA @ Fox Theater – Oakland
9.18 – Los Angeles, CA @ Greek Theatre
9.21 – Denver, CO, MN @ Paramount Theatre
9.24 – Minneapolis, MN @ State Theatre
9.26 – Chicago, IL @ Chicago Theatre
9.28 – Detroit, MI @ Fox Theatre
10.1 – New York, NY @ Pier 17 at South Street Seaport
10.3 – Boston, MA @ Orpheum Theatre
10.5 – Wallingford, CT @ Oakdale Theatre
10.6 – Toronto, ON @ Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
10.8 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Roxian Theatre
10.9 – Washington, DC @ MGM National Harbor
10.11 – Philadelphia, PA @ Cite Center at Parx Casino
It’s finally here! Avril has released the official album cover for “Head Above Water” (February 2019). The cover features a nude Avril, wearing nothing but her guitar. GORGEOUS!! Pre-order for the album will begin December 12 and get the new bum FEBRUARY 15! Target will also have a version with 2 bonus songs!
1 – Head Above Water
2 – Birdie
3 – I Fell in Love With the Devil
4 – Tell Me It’s Over
5 – Dumb Blonde
6 – It Was In Me
7 – Souvenir
8 – Crush
9 – Goddess
10 – Bigger Wow
11 – Love Me Insane
12 – Warrior
At Home With Avril Lavigne, Who’s Finally Back (And Totally Ready to Party)
The motherfucking princess is in her motherfucking castle.
The princess is Avril Lavigne, who anointed herself on her 2007 No. 1 single “Girlfriend.” The castle — a Tudor home in an illustriously ZIP-coded L.A. neighborhood — is the only thing Lavigne has presided over since a tour that ended in 2014.
A few weeks before the release of “Head Above Water,” her first single in four-and-a-half years, Lavigne sits under the cathedral-high ceiling of her home studio. It is the room where, over the course of her public absence, she recorded much of the album she plans to release in early 2019.
Lavigne’s many songs about partying — and the Jack Daniel’s lawn jockey who greeted me at the door — suggested that we’d wind up drinking whiskey, or at least the rosé her publicist suggested I bring. (Avril Lavigne drinks rosé?) But Lavigne is sipping Emergen-C-spiked electrolyte water, combating seasonal allergies. From her seat on a massive gray sectional (Avril Lavigne owns a sectional?), she reveals that she painted much of the art displayed in the expansive foyer and shows me the pink devotional journal gifted to her by her mother. Under the daily prayers topping each page are guitar tabs and ambitious to-do lists written in Lavigne’s bubbly handwriting: Complete album. Choose single. Shoot video. Dentist.
I couldn’t get enough of the new “Head Above Water” promo pics, and along with the talents of my friend Gemma (Gratrix Designs), here is a new look for Avril-L.org. The gallery is also updated with a similar look. Enjoy!
The “Head Above Water” music video consists of Avril, surrounded by this gorgeous scenery of Iceland, running from her inner demons, begging God to help her, help her overcome her difficulties. I love what director Elliott Lester did, he captured the lyric imagery and emotions perfectly. Not to mention that our Avril looks breathtakingly beautiful! Thoughts? Comments?
Avril also took to Twitter to intro the video:
It makes my heart so unbelievably full to premiere the #HeadAboveWater music video for you all today, on my birthday.
From the very first day I started writing this song, I have been inspired and gathering visuals and imagining what the music video could look like. @ElliottLester88, I respect you so much. You are insanely talented. Thank you for working closely with me and hearing my ideas. You not only completely captured my vision, but took this video to an entirely new level, even when it meant going all the way to Iceland. You are my hero. I loved every moment of working on this video with you.
Thank you to my co-writers @traviswethekings, I know God brought you to me to work with me and @Stephanmoccio, You slayed on this track. I’m obsessed with the production. Chad Kroeger and @CBaseford, thank you for recording my vocals.
You all worked together so well. You all took such good care of me and had my back though this experience. I can’t thank you enough.