The gothic video features Lavigne singing about her former lover while playing the piano in a big empty mansion.
Avril Lavigne has released the music video for her collaboration with husband Chad Kroeger, "Let Me Go". The five-minute gothic clip opens with the Canadian singer singing about her former lover while playing the piano in a huge mansion.
An old man, who at first appears to be just a lonely groundskeeper, is later seen playing his guitar in front of a mirror with Lavigne in it. It is then revealed that the old man is an aged version of Kroeger. The Chris Sims-directed video closes with Lavigne having to let go of her significant other.
"Let Me Go" is the third single off Lavigne's self-titled fifth studio album, "Avril Lavigne". The 29-year-old singer co-wrote the song with Nickelback's frontman Kroeger, with whom she tied the knot earlier this year.
"So excited to share my #LetMeGoVideo, featuring my husband Chad Kroeger, with everyone!!!" Lavigne tweeted her excitement of the new video on Tuesday, October 15.
Lavigne is currently working on her forthcoming album. The follow-up to 2011's "Goodbye Lullaby" is scheduled to hit the stores in November via Epic Records.
Avril Lavigne's "Let Me Go" (feat. Chad Kroeger) music video