Yes, on April 17th you can get Avril’s “Clap”.

Avril Sets Date For Clap-Happy New Album
Avril Lavigne has penciled in an April 17 release for her new RCA album, “The Best Damn Thing.” As previously reported, the first single is “Girlfriend”; it will arrive March 5 at U.S. radio outlets, and its accompanying video will premiere Feb. 26 on MTV.
With its handclaps and bad-girl vibe, the track is reminiscent of Toni Basil’s “Mickey,” as Lavigne pushes past rival ladies to demand attention from a new guy: “She’s like, so whatever / you could do so much better,” she sings of her competition.
Two other tracks previewed by follow in a similar style: “I Can Do Better” is a fast and punky kiss-off with Blink 182-ish guitar riffs, and the title cut finds Lavigne proclaiming she is the “best damn thing your eyes have ever seen.”
Elsewhere, “When You’re Gone” is a power ballad with a piano and synth introduction, and “Everything Back But You” mines Rancid-style pop/punk for another diss of a cheating boyfriend. “The Best Damn Thing” will also include “Keep Holding On,” previously released on the “Eragon” soundtrack.
“I wanted to make sure the songs were fun — fun for the fans and myself,” Lavigne said in a December post on her MySpace page. At present, Lavigne is in the midst of tour rehearsals but details have yet to be announced.