Avril Lavigne isn't slowing down when it comes to music.
The 38-year-old took to Instagram on Wednesday to share a carousel of photos of herself posing in a dark venue, with some snaps shot in front of a grungy cement wall and others taken near a shiny black backdrop. In the photos by Nathan James, Lavigne spun around and threw her arms up in the air to pose for the camera.
In the first shot, Lavigne pulled back her straight orange-dipped blonde locks to reveal an all-black outfit including a zippered corset and leather cut-out lace up pants from I.AM.GIA. To top off the look, the "Girlfriend" and "Complicated" singer wore a black and red guitar pick necklace that read "Love Sux," referencing her seventh album released in February.
"'Staring at the pavement alone. Wishing I was on my way home to you. All the shops in London are closed. I don't know where to go from here,'" Lavigne wrote in the caption to her post.
Fellow celebrities and fans were quick to show their love on the post, with many questioning if the quote comes from lyrics an upcoming song the singer-songwriter plans to release.
"Lyrics from a deluxe track?" one fan commented, along with a side eyes emoji.
"Avril, you are wonderful!" another wrote, while including a black heart emoji and two skull and crossbones emojis, like the Canadian pop-punk princess did in her caption. "Please, release this song!"
"So excited to hear the new songs. Love you," another added.
"Perfection!" someone chimed in.
"You look amazing, rockstar," penned someone else.
In the clip, the singers dance to Yungblud's song, "Tissues," where they both wear all-black outfits. Lavigne rocked a pair of zippered pants with a black leather jacket, while Yungblud, 25, opted for a pair of pinstripe pants with a matching jacket.
"Somethin's coming," he captioned the post, paired with a black heart and a skull and crossbones emoji.
Fans rushed to the comments section with applause in anticipation of the upcoming collaboration.
"The duo we never knew we needed," someone else wrote.
"The collab we always needed but never knew," another added.