Canadian singer Avril Lavigne has a gift for zippy pop-rock and teen-punk anthems, one she bestowed on grateful fans again with her fifth consecutive top 10 album released in November 2013. The self-titled album debuted at No. 5 on the Billboard 200 chart and had some critics calling it her best work in years. It's a nostalgic endeavor that weaves the familiar, flamboyant sound from the artist's brat-rock roots with catchy brand-new hooks. The lead single "Here's to Never Growing Up" is the kind of assertive and infectious pop track she's famous for, while the album's ballads include the more mature single "Let Me Go" co-written with husband and Nickelback frontman Chad Kroeger. Lavigne first shot up the charts in 2002 with the hit "Complicated" from her debut album Let Go when she was still a teenager. In the decade since she's sold 30 million albums and hundreds of thousands of concert tickets on high-energy international tours. Late 2013 saw Lavigne playing several US concert dates with plans to take her tour to Asia the following year.