Avril Lavigne Says She's Grateful to Have Had Music Through Lyme Disease Battle


Last month, Avril Lavigne made her return to music, releasing “Head Above Water” after taking time away from the highlight to deal with her well being after studying that she had been identified with Lyme Disease. During her Billboard journal cowl shoot, Lavigne mentioned the method of writing the only, explaining that it's very private to her, and the way music helped her by way of that tough time.

I used to be capable of write songs from my mattress, and ‘Head Above Water’ is a music that I wrote an evening that I felt like I used to be really dying and had form of accepted it,” Lavigne tells Billboard. “Definitely wasn’t planning on writing in that second, however…I went by way of one thing so heavy and so emotional.”

The singer provides that being an artist, she may be very tapped into her feelings and the lyrics and idea of the music subsequently channeled by way of her.

“It’s a very highly effective music to me and I feel and I hope that it may contact different folks,” Lavigne explains. “We all have stuff that we undergo on completely different ranges, and [I am] simply glad and grateful to have had music by way of this whole course of…particularly by way of preventing a illness and having my artwork to drag me out of every little thing that goes with battling a illness.”

You can watch the total video interview with Avril Lavigne above, and hearken to “Head Above Water” under.