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Avril Lavigne announces that her upcoming album entitled Love Sux will be released on February 25th

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Avril Lavigne has announced that her upcoming seventh studio album, entitled Love Sux, will be released onFebruary 25.The 37-year-old singer's project will see her returning to her roots as a pop punk artist and will also feature contributions from artists such as Travis Barker and Blink-182's Mark Hoppus.The performer also took to her Twitter account on Wednesday to announce that her newest single,I Love It When You Hate Me, will be made available to the public on Friday.

Coming soon:Avril Lavigne has announced that her upcoming seventh studio album, entitled Love Sux, will be released on February 25Lavigne collaborated with singer and producer Blackbear while working on the track.The Grammy-nominated artist shared a snippet of the forthcoming track to her Twitter account along with a video of a drawn-on guitar becoming more and more decorated.

The singer previously spoke about Love Sux during an interview with Entertainment Weekly, where she discussed returning to her roots in pop punk.'I really went back to what sounds I originally was influenced by at the beginning of my career...this time I just wanted to have fun and rock out.

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