Blimey, that's even longer than Elastica, The Stone Roses or even My Bloody Valentine...
Reformed rockers Jane’s Addiction have announced details of their first full studio album in 13 years.
‘Hypersonic’, set for release in July, is the band’s first full record of new material since 1990’s ‘Ritual De Lo Habitual’, though they did include a few new tracks on the 1997 compilation ‘Kettle Whistle’. The new material has been recorded with legendary producer Bob Ezrin, who has worked with the likes of Pink Floyd and Aerosmith. The LP will be released to coincide with the band’s appearance on the Lollapalooza travelling festival in July and August.
New tracks include ‘The Price I Pay’, ‘Just Because’, ‘The Riches’ and ‘To Match The Sun’.
The band are currently finalising arrangements with a major record label for the distribution of the new album.
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