On Nov. 5, Avril Lavigne dropped her fifth studio album. The self-titled album features songs such as “Rock N Roll,” “Here’s to Never Growing Up” and “Let Me Go” (featuring husband Chad Kroeger of Nickelback). It is filled with 13 catchy pop songs, proving that she’s still “rock ’n’ roll.”
With duets with artists such as Kroeger and Marilyn Manson, Lavigne’s music has her signature punk edge. “Rock N Roll” and its video hold many references to her music throughout the years. “Let Me Go,” which features her new husband, reflects their relationship. The songs are about love and having fun.
Her previous album, “Goodbye Lullaby,” was her most personal album, really giving fans a look into Lavigne’s life, with all of the songs being written by her with a few collaborations. On the new album, Lavigne helped write all of the songs, most of them with Kroeger, whom she met to write songs for the new album.
Aerin Wagner is a freshman at Buffalo Seminary.