MTV News caught up with Avril Lavigne to talk about her new album entitled ‘Under My Skin’ that suggests Avril is about to show her fans what lies beneath. “There are some songs that are really deep,” she said. “I have this song called ‘How Does It Feel’. It’s just a very mature song. Just me stepping back and looking at my life, talking about how I am small and the world is big. I’m a deep person and I think of weird things.” She added, “I think a lot of people think I come across as a bitch. Everyone I meet tells me, ‘Man, I didn’t think you’d be so cool,’ which kinda sucks.” Read more.
Avril Lavigne – Coming To A Mall Near You
February 26, 2004 – According to a news report from today’s episode of ‘On-Air with Ryan Seacrest’, Avril will be doing an upcoming mall tour to support her upcoming album. If you go to Avril’s official website and join TeamAvril, you can be notified about any upcoming mall appearances 48 hours in advance.
Avril Lavigne’s New Album Title
February 23, 2004 – According to Avrilbandaids.com, Avril’s new album will be entitled ‘Under My Skin’. The first single off the album is ‘Don’t Tell Me’ which will be released to radio on Wednesday (February 25). The album is slated for release on May 25th.
Avril Lavigne Attends Toronto Maple Leafs Game
February 22, 2004 – Avril attended yesterday’s Toronto Maple Leafs game at the Air Canada Centre against the Montreal Canadians. CBC (the station who airs the NHL games in Canada) talked to her for a little bit in the audience about her favorite hockey moments, including her history of fighting on the ice. I also had the fortunate opportunity to witness this brilliant game of hockey (the Leafs triumphed over the Canadians 5-4) and during the 3rd period they zoomed in on Avril and played ‘Sk8er Boi’. She was there with her band members Charlie, Matt, and Evan.
Avril Lavigne’s ‘Don’t Tell Me’ Clip
February 20, 2004 – A radio station in Edmonton has released a one minute clip of Avril’s new single ‘Don’t Tell Me’. 96X FM will be premiering the entire song at 4:00 AM (Edmonton time) on Wednesday as this is the earliest they can legally play it.