Willow And Avril Lavigne Team Up For Epic ‘Grow’ Video

The video, which features both WILLOW and Avril, was directed by Dana Trippe.

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Willow - Photo: Rich Fury/Getty Images
Willow - Photo: Rich Fury/Getty Images

WILLOW has premiered the music video for pop-punk anthem “G R O W,” featuring Avril Lavigne. The fan favorite is from her acclaimed new album lately I feel EVERYTHING (MSFTSMusic/Roc Nation).

The video, which features both WILLOW and Avril, was directed by Dana Trippe and had its broadcast premiere earlier today on MTV Live, mtvU and the iconic Viacom Times Square billboards. The recording features Travis Barker on drums.

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Willow is currently wrapping up her extensive The lifE Tour. She’ll resume touring in February in support of Billie Eilish. Highlights include two nights at Madison Square Garden in New York City on February 18 and 19 and The Forum in Los Angeles on April 8. After Willow tags along with Eilish, Duckwrth tag-teams in for the March dates. Jessie Reyez will join for a California show and some concerts in the UK, while Arlo Parks and Girl in Red will join her for one London date each.

At the end of August, WILLOW released a performance video of her track, “Lipstick,” from lately I feel EVERYTHING. It follows the official music video for her explosive single “t r a n s p a r e n t s o u l feat. Travis Barker,” which was nominated for an MTV Video Music Award in the “Best Alternative” category.

All songs on lately I feel EVERYTHING were written by WILLOW with production and co-writing on select tracks from her longtime collaborator Tyler Cole. The album was recorded in Los Angeles at Conway Studios with additional drums by Matt Chamberlain. WILLOW plays guitar throughout.

lately I feel EVERYTHING is a musical expression of trying to perceive both joy and pain through an equally compassionate and playful lens,” says WILLOW.

On the record, WILLOW channels the pop-punk and emo heroes she adored as a teenager, like Avril Lavigne, My Chemical Romance and Paramore. “I thought this was a really dope outlet for a new energy I wanted to bring to my music,” she says.

Buy or stream lately I feel EVERYTHING.

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