Avril Lavigne visited Ryan Seacrest on his radio show Wednesday, January 27, bringing along her new song "Alice (Underground)" for fans' listening pleasure. Soon after that, the track which is specifically written by Avril for Tim Burton's forthcoming movie "Alice in Wonderland" hits the web.
As if putting out the fresh material is not enough, the ex-wife of Sum 41's vocalist Deryck Whibley gives the first look into the song's accompanying music video. Wearing a black long dress during the video shoot, she said, "It's such a cool project to be part of. I'm very excited to be shooting my music video today. I hope you guys enjoy the music video and the song."
Prior to the release of "Alice (Underground)", there is another song from "Alice in Wonderland" soundtrack compilation which has been outed. Called "Follow Me Down", it is performed by 3OH!3 along with Neon Hitch.
Powered by the songs from The All-American Rejects, Tokio Hotel and Metro Station, the album is due for March 2 U.S. release, three days before the movie arrives in theaters.
"Alice (Underground)" audio stream:
"Alice (Underground)" video shoot: