Avril Lavigne “Goodbye Lullaby” Album Release March 8, 2011

Punk pop princess Avril Lavigne will release her fourth studio album, Goodbye Lullaby, on March 8, 2011.

Goodbye Lullaby is led by the uptempo tune “What The Hell?” which will debut in a live performance by Avril on Dick Clark’s Rockin’ New Year’s Eve 2011 special, airing on ABC at the end of this month. Other tracks on the disc include “Smile,” in which Avril expresses her gratitude for special people in her life — life beau Brody Jenner we presume. Lavigne explores the dynamics of a relationship in “Push” andshows her vulnerable side in “Wish You Were Here.” The singer recently finalized her divorce from Sum 41 frontman Deryck Whibley and sings about closing one chapter in her and moving on to another on “Goodbye.”

It’s an effort more than two years in the making for the “Girlfriend” singer-songwriter, who promises a more raw and organic sound on this effort. Last month, Avril posted an open letter to her Official Website blasting bosses at her RCA recording label for failing to support the project.

“This has been a really difficult record for me to create and to release,” she wrote at the time. “Not only is this the most meaningful and special record I have written, it is sincere, honest and close to my heart, but for the first time I experienced a bunch of bureaucratic BS (bulls**t). People do their best work when they are doing what they want, love and is natural for them, not when you are forcing them to be something that they are not.”

Avril will also be releasing her third fragrance early next year.

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