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Jane's Addiction Plans New Album
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 Wednesday, August 01, 2012

Jane's Addiction, currently on the support tour for their latest release, The Great Escape Artist, are laying plans for a new album and an expansion of the popular summer festival, Lollapalooza.

"I'd like to give it a six-month window and just get another Jane's record out, coming off the heels of The Great Escape Artist," Perry Farrell told LocalBozo of the new record. "I think that's the way to do it for us. I don't think we'll wait eight years to do another record."

Farrell also teased that Palooza, which already has confirmed dates for Chicago on the weekend of August 3 as well as South American dates in Chile and Brazil, has another location in its purview:

"We're just about to announce yet another location where we're going to be putting Lollapalooza up next year. So now we're going to be in four locations, and staying on top of the meetings and who's available and that's a bit of a challenge."

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