'Flavors Of Entanglement' is due out next spring

Alanis Morissette is putting the finishing touches on her first studio album since 2004’s ‘So-Called Chaos’.

‘Flavors Of Entanglement’ is due out next spring and was produced by former Frou Frou member Guy Sigsworth (Bjork, Madonna).

“When I heard the song ‘Let Go’ by Frou Frou, I listened over and over again. I was blown away by it. I called him on the phone myself and after a couple of conversations, I could tell we were going to be on the same page,” Morissette told Billboard.

The album reportedly combines world- and folk-influenced tracks with experimental pop, and features male back-up singers.

Morissette is currently working to cut the album down to 11 tracks. Song titles will include ‘Not As We’ and ‘Moratorium’.

–By our Los Angeles staff.

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