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Avril Lavigne Releases “Head Above Water” Remix with Travis Clark

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  1. Melody Bot

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    Avril Lavigne has released a new remix of “Head Above Water” featuring Travis Clark of We the Kings.

    Grammy-nominated pop rock icon Avril Lavigne released today a new version of her hit single “Head Above Water” featuring Travis Clark, who co-wrote the track with her, of platinum-selling recording group We The Kings– listen here. Released in September 2018, “Head Above Water” marked the singer’s first new music in 5 years and was followed by the release of her sixth studio album of the same name which debuted in the Top 10 following its release on February 15, 2019 via BMG – listen here.
    Of the track, Avril remarks, “Writing Head Above Water with Travis Clark from We The Kings was such a beautiful experience. I started this song during a tough time battling Lyme disease a few years ago and thought my life was over. One night when I was starting to feel better, I had a party at my house and somehow Travis was there. I had never met him before. I found him on my piano and I just thought he was so unbelievably talented, and I asked him to finish the song with me. We worked so hard on this track and were able to take my story and put it out in the world. I hope that my words in this song and our voices bring you hope faith light and strength and that you also are able to keep your head above the water.”

    She expressed her admiration for the singer-songwriter, stating “Travis, I love you brother. You have been a blessing in my life. You sing like an angel. Please enjoy our duet together.”

     
  2. sammyboy516

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    Good for this dude for managing to stay relevant. Most of the bands from his band’s era fizzled out and faded into obscurity but I feel like We the King always accomplishes things that surprise me.