Isn’t it ironic that we all stayed home without new music to play. This statement is not entirely accurate, given Alanis Morissette bless us with the release of Such nice forks on the road, her ninth studio album.
Nice forks arrives 25 years after her iconic album Toothed little pill, who ran the Billboard 200 for 12 weeks and gave us the classics “Hand in My Pocket”, “You Oughta know”, “Ironic” and others. The Canadian song had to organize a major global tour to mark a milestone, but it was canceled back due to the pandemic.
Covering 11 songs, Such nice forks on the road is the first LP of the Canadian song since 201
The new set was written and recorded between Malibu and Bay Area, with the support of Michael Farrell and producers Katherine Marx and Alex Hope. “I’d like to make a piano record forever,” Morissette told Entertainment Weekly. And she did.
flow Such nice forks on the road Below.