Jane's Addiction @ Splendour In The Grass 2011

When we posted Great Escape Artist rocker End To The Lies, we noted the sonic thumbprints of the band’s new bassist and co-producer Dave Sitek. You’ll also hear them on “Irresistible Force,” the slow burning official first single that premiered on KROQ today. In an interview with Rolling Stone, Perry Farrell described the album as “a strange mixture of that post-punk goth darkness that Jane’s had with what’s going on today with groups like Muse and Radiohead.” This one’s more Muse than Radiohead, but promising nonetheless.

The Great Escape Artist is out 9/27 on Capitol.

Comments (9)
  1. The production on this track is really good! The song itself is pretty good, too.

  2. never thought i’d say this but i’m going to have to check out the new jane’s addiction album

  3. I think the production sucks.

  4. The song’s amazing. Can’t wait.

  5. LOVE Jane’s Addiction to death. Perry Ferrel is so damn talented. That being said, this song sounds like a theme song from some bad cable show, full of cliched chord progressions and tired drum patterns. There is just not anything vaguely fresh or interesting happening here.

  6. Much better than the new Chili Pepper outing.

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