Alanis Morissette is commemorating 25 years of her celebrated album Jagged Little Pill with a tour kicking off in North America next year. The singer-songwriter will be supported by Liz Phair and Garbage – who opened the artists’ 1998 tour.
Morissette is also releasing new music. From her ninth studio album Such Pretty Forks in the Road, Reasons I Drink is the first single to be made public before the record is released on May 1, 2020. The song is classic Morissette, with her vocals taking precedence over the anthemic instrumentals. Such Pretty Forks in the Road is the Canadian artists’ first new album in eight years, since her 2012 album Havoc and Bright Lights.
Alanis Morissette has announced a 2020 North American tour, celebrating the 25th anniversary of Jagged Little Pill. She’s also released a new track, Reasons I Drink.
Morissette, who won seven Grammy awards for Jagged Little Pill, is opening ticket sales for the Jagged Little Pill tour on December 10th, with general ticket sales to open on December 13 at 11:00am local time. The tour will begin in Oregon on June 2 and end in Nashville on July 25, 2020.
A musical inspired by Jagged Little Pill is currently showing on Broadway. Written by Academy Award-winning writer Diablo Cody, the production includes songs from Morissette’s acclaimed album with music written by the artist.
“This process, and what this process has yielded artistically and collaboratively, has been nothing short of a revelation, a balm and an arrival for me,” Morissette said in a statement about the production.
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