Avril Lavigne goes back to her roots! The punk princess presented her new single ‘Bite Me’

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This 2021 has been a year full of surprises, but best of all, it is bringing back all of our favorite artists, including the goddess Avril Lavigne, as the singer finally revealed her new single. Bite Me, with which he will surely start the creation of a new album (we pray that this is the case).

Avril took a great break from her musical career, there were even those who said that she had died and had been replaced by someone else, we still have doubts about that. Even so, we are very happy that he is returning to his musical roots with new rolls.

Avril is back!

Two years ago he released his album Head Above Water with which he revealed a new musical facet, closer to pop rock and with ballads. Many of us thought that from that moment on, his style would change, but we were totally wrong, because this 2021 he returned and with more punk than ever.

His new song Bite Me It took us back to that two thousand era when skateboards, wearing black and wearing ties were a trend. Also, he made it clear to us that punk is not dead. With this release, the singer made her debut on the DTA record label, which belongs to Travis Barker, Kourtney Kardashian’s boyfriend. In fact, the Blink-182 drummer also collaborates on the track, as in charge of the drumsticks and rhythm.

A little roll for the ex

Avril Lavigne during the MTV awards

The song serves very well for all those who are dealing with an insistent ex, you know, those who you can not see even if they are the last on Earth because they always come back asking for a second chance.

Apparently, this song is the preview of what we will be able to see in his next record production. However, we still don’t know what the album title or release date will be. The only thing we can do at the moment is listen to the song and wait for the two-millennial punk to return from the hand of his queen.

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