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The Canadian superstar is celebrating the 25th anniversary of Jagged Little Pill
There are some albums that become the soundtrack for certain chapters of your life, helping you navigate your highs and lows and everything in between. For many of us, Jagged Little Pill is at the top of the list.
Alanis Morissette's 1995 breakthrough album, released when she was just 20 years old, is a moody masterpiece of angst, melding alternative rock with a pop sensibility, and it produced hits including 'Hand in My Pocket', 'Ironic', 'You Learn', 'Head Over Feet' and the unstoppable 'You Oughta Know'. Late last year, the album was even turned into a Broadway musical.
Twenty-five years later, Morissette is going back to her roots and will be performing the album (alongside songs from the rest of her career) on a celebratory world tour, which stops into Sydney's Qudos Bank Arena on April 11. She's also playing Melbourne and Bluesfest Byron Bay.
Morissette was last in Sydney in 2018 for two intimate acoustic gigs, which we described as "a '90s singalong dream". We're pretty excited to finally see her let loose with a full band.
Tickets for Morissette's Sydney date, with special guest Julia Stone, are on sale Friday February 7 at 10am.