Starting the New Year off celebrating her new single, Avril Lavigne will follow the broadcast debut of “What The Hell” by giving fans a free download of the song via her official Facebook page for 48 hours starting, on January 1, 2011. Fans can go to facebook.com/avrillavigne and 'Like' Avril to have access to the free download which will be available after midnight! Avril will debut her new single on New Year’s Eve during “Dick Clark’s Rockin’ New Year’s Eve broadcast celebration on ABC.
Avril Lavigne’s fourth studio album, Goodbye Lullaby, is set for release by RCA Records on March 8, 2011. Working with longtime collaborators Deryck Whibley, Evan Taubenfeld and Butch Walker, as well as songwriter/producer Max Martin, Lavigne continues to share her personal experiences through her writing and music with a more organic and raw sound.
Avril Lavigne has made an indelible mark on the music community, selling more than 30 million albums worldwide, earning eight Grammy nominations and seven Canadian Juno Awards. She burst onto the music scene in 2002 with the critically acclaimed Let Go, featuring the smash singles “Sk8r Boi” and “Complicated.” Her 2004 release, Under My Skin, debuted at #1 on the Billboard charts, as did her third album, The Best Damn Thing, which produced the irrepressible #1 single “Girlfriend” and logged more than 130 million views on YouTube! Lavigne also wrote the song “Alice” for Tim Burton’s critically acclaimed Disney Film Alice in Wonderland.
Outside the recording studio, Lavigne is a successful entrepreneur who continues to design and direct her lifestyle apparel brand, Abbey Dawn, which has expanded its worldwide footprint shipping to more than 50+ countries. Along with her popular fragrance Black Star, she recently introduced Forbidden Rose and is launching a third fragrance in 2011. Lavigne’s past charitable work also inspired her to create The Avril Lavigne Foundation. The Foundation works in partnership with leading charitable organizations to design and deliver programs, raise awareness, and mobilize support for children and youth living with serious illnesses or disabilities.