Avril Lavigne teases music comeback
Singer Avril Lavigne has revealed that she will be releasing new music soon. The singer, behind huge hits including 'Sk8er Boi,' 'Complicated and 'Here's to Never Growing Up', announced that her new single titled 'Head Above Water' will be out on September 19.
"I spent the last few years at home sick fighting Lyme Disease. Those were the worst years of my life as I went through both physical and emotional battles. I was able to turn that fight into music I'm really proud of."
"I wrote songs in my bed and on the couch and recorded there mostly as well. Words and lyrics that were so true to my experience came pouring out of me effortlessly. Truly... by keeping my spirits up, having goals to reach and a purpose to live for, my music helped to heal me and keep me alive," Avril posted on her website.
'Head Above Water' is the first song Avril wrote from her bed during "one of the scariest moments of her life."
"I have decided to be truthful about my struggle, open and more vulnerable than ever before. And to be honest, part of me doesn't want to talk about being sick because I want it to all be behind me, but I know I have to. Because not only is it a part of my life, I need to bring awareness to the severity of Lyme Disease," she said.
"A single bug bite can f*** you up hard. People aren't aware that Lyme must be treated almost immediately. Often if they are aware, they go untreated simply because they can't get a Lyme diagnosis! And even when they do get a diagnosis, a lot of times they simply can't afford the treatment," she added.
The singer said she understands that her health comes first but at the same time, she can not help but have a belief that anything is possible when it comes to singing and performing.
"I'm taking my life back into my own hands and doing what it is I know I am meant to be doing in this lifetime. Making music."
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