Avril Lavigne Performs “Head Above Water” Live From Honda Stage At Henson Recording Studios For iHeartRadio

Avril Lavigne has made her second stage performance of her recently-released song “Head Above Water“, yesterday when she appeared on the Honda Stage series presented by iHeartRadio, at Henson Recording Studios. This follows up her first performance in years on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

This time around, the performance was a lot more laid-back and intimate. Avril Lavigne still impresses though with those incredible vocals that outstand us every time we hear her sing live. She sang her recent comeback single “Head Above Water“, which is set to be the first single from her forthcoming sixth studio album – it’ll be her first album in five years, after her 2013 self-titled LP.

The song is about her near-death experience due to her battle with Lyme disease, and it’s such an empowering song, that we adored when we first heard it. She performed it beautifully on Jimmy Kimmel Live! and later shocked us with the incredible music video. This time, the laid-back performance brings a whole new side to the song, we watch as she seems vulnerable but purposeful, determined not to let Lyme disease defeat her.

Watch Avril Lavigne Perform “Head Above Water” Live From Honda Stage For iHeartRadio Here:

Head Above Water” is available to download and stream right now. We hope that the album will be announced soon.

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