Sounds of silence

Aaron Carter drops first single post rehab but forgets to include his vocals

Fresh out of rehab, Aaron Carter is ready to mount a career comeback.

The 30-year-old former tween pop star released a new single on Friday called “Don’t Say Goodbye.” It’s his first new musical release since entering rehab back in October following a DUI arrest and an HIV scare.

Unfortunately, there was some sort of technical glitch and Carter’s vocals were missing from the track.

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He quickly took to Twitter to reassure his legions of fans that the error would be fixed soon.

By Saturday the problem had been corrected and the EDM pop ballad can now be streamed without issue.

“Say goodbye, I don’t want to waste my time with crazy fights / Girl you gotta let me go or hold me tight / I don’t want to say goodnight, don’t say goodbye,” the 30-year-old bisexual croons on the track.

Carter has been working on his new album LøVë for the past several years. It’s scheduled to be released in February, just in time for Valentine’s Day.

Speaking about the album, Carter says, “If there is one lesson I’ve learned this year, it is to not dwell on the past, but to live for the future and I am so excited for what the new year will bring my musical career and my life.”

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