Unreleased Avril Lavigne Video For “Mobile” Surfaces A Decade After The Fact

Remember when rockin’ princess Avril Lavigne was a plucky little punk-pop teen, singing about why things have to be so complicated and pining over sk8r bois? Eight years after her Let Go track “Mobile” was serviced to Australian radio stations as a single, the shelved music video has now surfaced. (Perhaps not-so-coincidentally, the Canadian songstress is ready to drop a brand new single, “What The Hell.”) Head below to watch a young, orange-clad Avril lament how everything is changing while jamming on her guitar in the desert.

The video for the Clif Magness-produced “Mobile” is a simple one. But if anything it stirs up a kind of nostalgia for a time when Lavigne was still youthfully angsty, before she had gotten married/divorced and, well, so Max Martin-ized.

  • Becky Bain

    this was one of my favorite songs on that album. Oh, I long for the days when she wasn’t so obnoxious and just put out solid songs without threatening other people’s girlfriends and such.

    • Robbie Daw

      Well, keep holding on.

  • Lisa

    Awww, I loved Let Go-era Avril. Great, solid pop album.

  • Claudio

    Oooh this is the cute little thing jumping all over that made me fall in love with her music! A piece of past that returns now in the present…aw *-*


    hey hey hey be quite

  • Jim

    I love this young woman, Avril is coming back in a big way.

  • J_Brisby

    This is Avril before she traded cool for glamour. A simple look works so well for her, why does she insist on trying to be just another pop celebutard? I miss our earnest little rock star! Here’s hoping Goodbye Lullaby brings back that earnestness, and that vulnerability, because they’re both vital parts of Avril’s appeal that have gotten pushed to the background in recent years.

  • gabriella

    Nossa ameiiii eu queria saber mais …… , mas o trosso nao dááááá ( raiva total ) eikk queria aque vc assistisem o meu programa dá band e ISA TK+ e a nova temporada tá de +++++++

  • Moka

    I love this era too, but i prefered the Under My Skin era, i would like that she comeback to that time, but i know she won’t do it D:, that is so bad…

  • Marina

    I only liked her in let go, she was so different.