It’s been 25 years since Alanis Morissette released her third breakthrough album, Little pill jaggedthe kick-off not only one of the careers of the most influential of the movement, alt-rock, but also god knows how many arguments on the meaning of irony, the alleged irregularities sexual Full house stars, and this hand may or may not be in this pocket. To commemorate the milestone, Fork reports Morissette, is launching an anniversary edition of the album, containing not only the original tracks, but also a live acoustic set of JLP she has played in London earlier this year.
It all boils down to what Morissette was originally supposed to be on tour on the anniversary at this timea plan which has been delayed by quarantine COVID-19. (These dates have all been postponed to the summer of 2021.) And although the Little pill jagged rerelease scheduled for 26 June, Morissette has also announced today that it had set a new date for its following album, Some nice forks on the road. Initially set at may 1,it will be released now through July 31. You can hear a song from the new album, ” Diagnosis “, below.