PERRY FARRELL Offers Preview Of Brand New JANE'S ADDICTION Album On Chilean Radio Station

JANE'S ADDICTION frontman Perry Farrell premiered the band's brand new song "End Of The Lies" during an appearance earlier today (Wednesday, March 30) on the program "La Ley Del Rock" on the Chilean radio station Radio Futuro. During an an-hour-long interview with host Hernán Rojas, Farrell talked about his influences as a musician, his role as founder and main organizer for Lollapalooza, the festival that is celebrating its 20th anniversary and what Chileans can expect to see this weekend at Parque O'Higgins at the country's first-ever installment of Lollapalooza. You can now watch video footage of Farrell's appearance on the show below.

Due out this summer, JANE'S ADDICTION's new album, "The Great Escape Artist", will be the band's first collection of all-new material since 2003's "Strays".

Although Dave Sitek of TV ON THE RADIO has played bass on the record, JANE'S will be looking for a touring bassist to hit the road with them later this year. Guitarist Dave Navarro said, "There's no lack of great musicians out there. The prospects are good. I am super-inspired and enthusiastic about what we're doing right now — probably more so than I have been in a decade."

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