Avril Lavigne – Self Titled Album Details

Published September 06th 2013
Filed under News

Avril Lavigne has reluctantly revealed that her self-titled 5th studio album has been pushed back to November 5th. Instead of being released on September 24th, the album will now be available for pre-order on that date.


Avril also revealed the track listing for the album:

  1. Rock N Roll
  2. Here’s To Never Growing Up
  3. 17
  4. Bitchin’ Summer
  5. Let Me Go (featuring Chad Kroeger)
  6. Give You What You Like
  7. Bad Girl (featuring Marilyn Manson)
  8. Hello Kitty
  9. You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet
  10. Sippin’ On Sunshine
  11. Hello Heartache
  12. Falling Fast
  13. Hush Hush

Avril has co-written every track on the album with Chad Kroeger, David Hodges, Peter Svensson, Rickard Goransson, Jacob Kasher Hindlin, Martin Johnson and Matt Squire. None of the tracks which Avril recorded with Alex Da Kid or The Runners made the album. Prior to the release of her previous album Goodbye Lullaby, Avril stated that she had two albums worth of material and had considered releasing Goodbye Lullaby as a double album. She also considered releasing two back-to-back albums as her 5th and 6th studio albums. So there’s more than a whole album worth of unreleased tracks that didn’t make this album. Hopefully some of those tracks make it onto a deluxe edition.

Cheryl – “Under The Sun” Music Video

Published July 26th 2012
Filed under Videos

Cheryl’s music video for Under The Sun premiered today on her official VEVO. Under The Sun is the second single to be taken from Cheryl’s third album, A Million lights.

Under The Sun’s video is reminiscent of Girls Aloud’s The Promise with it’s 60’s theme. The video isn’t at all what I expected it to be like. Nothing really happens in it except Cheryl walking around a diner and the streets with guys checking her out. For a song called Under The Sun, the video doesn’t have much sun in it. Cheryl breaks into a dance routine for the second pre-chorus and chorus where it turns to night time and begins to rain. Cheryl then returns to looking pretty in the diner.

Overall it’s a decent video but it’s just a bit boring compared to the highly energetic Call My Name video. Cheryl’s nice to look at though.

You can watch the video for Under The Sun below:

Under The Sun will be released on September 3rd through Polydor.