9 April 2013 5:47 AM, PDT | Huffington Post | See recent Huffington Post news »

Avril Lavigne is back and singing Radiohead at the top of her lungs in "Here's to Never Growing Up," a bouncy anthem that recalls Ke$ha, Taylor Swift and Lavigne's own 2002 hit, "Complicated." (Or just "Complicated," since Avril was doing this kind of thing before Ke$ha and Swift were Top-40 staples.)

"We'll be running down the street, yelling kiss my ..." Lavigne sings during the song, which is basically one very long and catchy hook. "I'm like, 'Yeah whatever, we're saluting like that' / When the sun's going down, we'll be raising my cup / Singing here's to never growing up."

"Here's to Never Growing Up" is the first single off Lavigne's as-yet untitled and undated new album. The song is available on iTunes right now.

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