[article id="1653640"]Avril Lavigne is poising[/article] herself for a comeback. Not only will the pop-punk princess debut her brand-new single, "What the Hell," on "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve With Ryan Seacrest 2011," but she's also treating fans to a free download of the tune on New Year's Day.
In order to get the freebie, fans will need to head to the Avril's official Facebook page and "like" the starlet on January 1. As of now, the singer/songwriter has uploaded a 21-second video titled "Knock! Knock!" to the social media site to tease the premiere. The clip begins with the song's flashing title before a cameraman walks up to Lavigne's trailer and knocks on the door. The clip ends with the 26-year-old starlet opening the door and proclaiming, "What the hell?"
Earlier this month, the Canadian songstress described the lead single off Goodbye Lullaby, which hits stores March 8, as "an unabashed embrace of fun and freedom." However, Lavigne has stressed in numerous interviews that the rest of the LP will have a raw essence to it. Among other tunes featured on the new album are "Smile," which she described on her website as a rocker in which she "expresses her gratitude for special people in her life," the ballad "Wish You Were Here" and the song she told Entertainment Weekly was the album's most personal track, "Goodbye."
During the making of [article id="1654946"]Goodbye Lullaby,[/article] the singer worked with producer/songwriter Butch Walker, pop innovator Max Martin, her former guitarist Evan Taubenfeld and even ex-husband, Sum 41's Deryck Whibley.
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