Avril Lavigne announced the release of their new album, Love Sux, next month.
Continuation of 2019 “Head on the water” – who sees his return to pop-punk roots – sees the features Machine Kelly, Blink-182of Mark Xoppus, and black bear. It also includes a previously released single, ‘Bite me’.
Along with the announcement, Lavigne announced that her next song, “I Love It When You Hate Me,” will be released tomorrow (January 14th) featuring a black bear.
“Love me when you hate me” ft. @iamblackbear Released on Friday and the next song from my new album “LOVE SUX” will drop from 2.25! Save my new song and album now!
– Avril Lavigne (@AvrilLavigne) January 12, 2022
Speaking of the album last month, Lavin said she was inspired by Green Day and “this is a love letter to women.”.
“At the beginning of my career, I went back to what sounds affected me [for this album]He said Entertainment Weekly. “Actually, I’m a small town kid who listens to bands like Blink-182. Green day and NOFX I went to high school and I achieved that. “
He continued: “It’s fast. This is interesting. Pure rock-n-roll from front to back. I think a lot about the different relationships I’ve had and where I’ve been, and even though there have been songs about past love experiences that haven’t yielded results, I’m in such a good place in my life that it’s still like that. just fun and adventurous and light. I fell in love with it because I was making fun of myself. ”
You can pre-order Love Sux. Here, and check out the track list below.
2. “Bois Lie” (with machine gun Kelly)
3. “Bite me”
4. “I love what you hate of me” (with a black bear)
5. “Love Sux”
6. “Kiss me as the world ends”
8. “Deja Vu”
10. “Everything I Want” (starring Mark Hoppus)
11. “Dare to love me”
In March, Lavigne will be touring for a number of UK and European tours, The O2 Academy in London, a three-night rehearsal in Brixton, and the O2 Apollo exhibition in Manchester.
You can see the UK dates below:
25 – Manchester, O2 Apollo
27 – London, O2 Academy Brixton
28 – London, O2 Academy Brixton
29 – London, O2 Academy Brixton