Alanis Morissette Releasing New Album in June
It’s been a while since we’ve heard anything from Alanis Morissette. Her last release was 2008’s Flavors of Entanglement, which went under the commercial radar. But, back in the fall, the Canadian singer mentioned she has been working on a new album, and a release date has apparently been set.
According to Rolling Stone, Morissette’s next album is scheduled for June. Tracks go by names “Havoc,” “Spiral,” “Guardian,” and “Celebrity,” and, reportedly, all have a “monster” chorus. Back in November, Morissette said she had 31 songs, which were written as she cared for her newborn son, but had to narrow down the amount to 12. About the album, she said: "Yes, it was inspired by specific people. But I'll never talk about that, 'cause it's just rude."
Considering Entanglement is about Ryan Reynolds and “You Oughta Know” supposedly about Dave Coulier, who do you think her upcoming album – which is still untitled at the moment – could be about?
Although no North American tour has been announced, the singer is scheduled for UK dates and additional performances in Europe in June and July.
Between these two albums, Morissette released a few songs for soundtracks and compilations: “Arrivals” for 1 Giant Leap, an acoustic version of “Still” for Music for Relief, “I Remain” for Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, and a cover of the Willie Nelson and Julio Iglesias song “To All The Girls I’ve Loved Better,” with the title changed to “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Better.” Additionally, she performed on American Idol a few seasons ago with Crystal Bowersox.
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