Not ironically, we are all hanging out at home with no new music to play. That statement is not entirely accurate, seeing it Alanis Morissette bless us with the freedom of Such Pretty Forks on the Road, her ninth studio album.
Forks Pretty arrives 25 years after her iconic album Small tablet, who ruled the Billboard 200 for 12 weeks and gave us the classics “Hand in My Pocket”, “You Oughta Know,” “Ironic” and more. The Canadian song had to move a global major to celebrate the milestone, but was pushed back due to the pandemic.
Spanning 11 tracks, Such Pretty Forks on the Road is the first Canadian LP of the song since 2012. It was scheduled to stop on May 1, but was also delayed due to the health crisis.
The new set was written and recorded between Malibu and the Bay Area, with the support of Michael Farrell and producers Catherine Marks and Alex Hope. “I wanted to make a‘ piano record ’forever,” Morissette told Entertainment Weekly. And she did.
Stream Such Pretty Forks on the Road below.