Avril Lavigne fans can preview an video clip of the singer's forthcoming single 'Let Me Go.'
The Canuck punk-pop princess posted a 37-second video clip of the power ballad, which features Lavigne's hubby, Nickelback frontman Chad Kroeger, in an update posted Oct. 13 on her official Facebook page.
The clip begins with a piano intro leading to a verse with the camera opening with a tight shot of a chandelier, moving to quick edit footage of Lavigne and company in the studio interspersed with shots of house moving preparation, leading to a slow motion shot of a wine glass breaking while Lavigne, sings, " Love that once hung on the wall - used to mean something, but now it means nothing. The echoes are gone in the hall - but I still remember, the pain of December."
The 'Skaterboi' hitmaker premiered the power ballad last week at KBIG 1043 MYfm and previously posted an audio clip, as well as the cover sleeve artwork for the single.
'Let Me Go' is the third single off upcoming self-titled fifth studio album, following the release of the lead single 'Here's to Never Growing Up' and its follow-up 'Rock N Roll.'
The song will be available for download on iTunes on Oct. 15.
'Avril Lavigne,' hits shelves on Nov. 5.
Did you know? Avril Lavigne celebrated her 29th birthday last month.