Avril Lavigne - Bite Me

November 15, 2021

Avril Lavigne, with the help of Travis Scott, replaces the man who hurt her.
Avril Lavigne presents the music video for her new single "Bite Me".

The thriller, which launches Avril Lavigne's collaboration with Travis Barker's DTA Records, was released earlier this week and garnered rave reviews from the international media, who unanimously described it as a "complete, pop-punk banger ».

Avril Lavigne commented on her collaboration with the blink-182 drummer: "I always admired Travis and his work. The first time we collaborated was 15 years ago on my album "The Best Damn Thing" and I really liked seeing him evolve into the producer he is today. We spent a lot of time writing songs and working together on this record and the DTA record company is the perfect home for me and my new music. "

"Travis understands my vision as a musician, my creative process as an artist and my goals at this stage of my career. I'm excited to release "Bite Me". It is an anthem that states that you should know your worth, what you deserve and not give a second chance to someone who does not deserve you ", he added.

In the music video for "Bite Me", directed by Hannah Lux Davis, Avril Lavigne is ready to rock once again, this time, with her favorite pop-punk drummer Travis Barker by her side.

Avril Lavigne and Travis Barker, with a little help from the unruly company of their friends who wear skirts and hold axes, terrorize the man who hurt Avril. The gang breaks the lock and invades her ex-partner's apartment to break up the area, torture the unsuspecting man and play "Bite Me" at the finish.

In the words of Lavigne herself, "Bite Me" is "an extremely cheeky song and it talks about someone who wants a second chance, but has sealed them so royal that it is not really worth your time.

"It's a song about self-esteem and it emphasizes that you have to defend yourself and just say, 'You didn't treat me right. "You did not treat me well and that does not suit me," she said in an interview with Alt 92.3 radio station in New York.

Avril Lavigne first televised "Bite Me" on James Corden's "The Late Late" in a show that you can watch here.