Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Avril Lavigne Goes Almost J-Pop And Too Candy-Sweet In Hello Kitty Music Video

From her almost heart-breaking and all too serious Let Me Go music video, Avril Lavigne has made a complete 180 degree turn to showcase her quirky, sweet and almost J-Pop side, almost... Armed with her almost robotic back-up dancers, which amused me greatly with their synchronicity, the music video is a daring pun to give new color and meaning to the phrase Hello Kitty.

Hello Kitty by Avril Lavigne

Children, please avert your eyes, because this is definitely not for you! Not because it's too parental guidance, but because no one can really explain what going behind the story of the video, giving you headaches and disorientation when trying to ponder what it all means.

Watch the new Hello Kitty music video by Avril Lavigne.

Hello Kitty is the fourth single lifted from the singer's self-titled album released in 2013. It was the eighth track of the said album that was written by Avril Lavigne, Chad Kroeger, David Hodges, and Martin Johnson. This same group also produced the song, together with Kyle Moorman, and Brandon Paddock.

The music video was actually filmed in japan, but it received a backlash from J-Pop aficionados and criticisms beyond repair. many believed that the music video is "culturally insensitive" and "lacks energy."