NEW YORK • A long wait is over for fans. On Monday, Alanis Morissette, a feminist rocker whose hits in the 1990s voiced the angst of a generation, released new music from her upcoming album – her first in eight years.
She doubled the happiness factor by announcing a tour next year.
The 31-stop tour will launch in June to mark the 25th anniversary of her seminal album, Jagged Little Pill.
The Canadian rocker will be joined by her alternative-rock contemporaries Liz Phair and Garbage.
Morissette, 45, offered fans a tease of her ninth studio album, Such Pretty Forks In The Road, due out on May 1, releasing a lead single called Reasons I Drink.
Jagged Little Pill was met with critical and commercial fanfare. On smash songs including Ironic, Hand In My Pocket and You Oughta Know, Morissette sang of the moody contRead More – Source