Fifth Album to Sound More Like Let Go
May 2, 2012 4:00am CST
Black Star Tour has just ended recently and Avril Lavigne started making music videos for her Goodbye Lullabye's songs. I was one of the witnesses of that grandiose concert tour here in the Philippines last February 16, 2012. She sang very well and made everyone satisfied by granting our yells of two-three more songs. And it became the most exciting part wherein she chose to sing I'm With You and let us sing along with her in the bridge part repeating that part four times over and over again. Smart Araneta Coliseum was filled with beautiful voices of the people (of course, including me Haha!) and it was really perfect just listening to the harmony. I can also say that it was an emotional moment for Avril and her fans. You can see right after the song that she was very overwhelmed of what we have done and very thankful to have supporters like us. From that moment, I was again tuned in to her and seek updates about her. My craze about her started again and it's getting more awesome everyday. In line with this, I was browsing the net and watching different videos of her in YouTube. I was reading every single comment and found out that she had said that she might be having her fifth album. So I was stunned about that and got very excited. I searched for videos about that and saw one! She said in a radio interview that she was back in Canada and as well as with L.A Reid, the one who originally signed her a label which is the Arista Records that made her to be a rock chic superstar way back 2002. She has also changed her label to Epic records. She stated that she was re-inspired about music. But she is not yet started with the album or even a song. However, she said that when she writes songs, she makes all of them in a different place where she can think and write peacefully. But all in all, she might really have the fifth album after some time of rest. Well, good luck to all Avril Lavigne avid fans! Start saving now your money to buy her fifth album right away after it's launched! Haha. It would be indeed a blockbuster one for sure.