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This is the second time that Lavigne has mentioned writing enough material for more than one record, the first during the production of Goodbye Lullaby.
"I kinda wanna do the back-to-back records because I've worked so hard on writing a ton of songs and I just wanna make it perfect.
While this proved to be her fifth consecutive top-five album on the chart, it also tallied the lowest first-week sales of Lavigne's career.
It also peaked at number two in Japan, selling 47,873 copies in its first week, the highest opening for the album in a particular country.
He also revealed, "We're in the mixing process now and I expect to release it very soon.
I'd like to get it out this year, but time seems to be flying.
It was released on November 1, 2013, through Epic Records in North America and Sony Music Entertainment worldwide.
So I'm actually still in the studio - I'm still making my record.
I still have one more song left to write that I'm going to do by myself, because I love to do that. But it's just - it's all happened so fast, and I'm so excited." In an interview on Extra in September 2013, Lavigne said of the artwork: "I like it because I always wear my hair down, so I put my hair up and it's a little more fashion, I guess.
The first song they wrote was "Let Me Go", a breakup ballad.
"We started off [in March 2012] just getting to know each other, and then we really bonded through music," Lavigne said.
"Here's to Never Growing Up" was released as the lead single in April 2013 and was an international success, reaching number one on the Taiwan and Philippines charts, while reaching the top ten in Belgium, China, Ireland, Japan and Russia among others.