JANE'S ADDICTION: New Single To Go For Radio Adds

JANE'S ADDICTION's new single, "Just Because", is set to go for radio adds on June 3. "Just Because" comes off the band's new album, "Strays" (formerly "Hypersonic"), which is due on July 22 through Capitol Records.

The group's first new studio release since 1990's "Ritual de lo Habitual", "Strays" was produced by Bob Ezrin (PINK FLOYD, KISS, LOU REED) at Henson Recording (formerly known as A&M Studios) in Los Angeles. The album, the group's first for Capitol, features founding members Perry Farrell (vocals), Dave Navarro (guitar) and Stephen Perkins (drums).

Rounding out the lineup is new bassist Chris Chaney, whose résumé includes gigs with ROB ZOMBIE, TOMMY LEE and ANDREW W.K.

On July 3, JANE'S ADDICTION hit the road with AUDIOSLAVE, QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE, JURASSIC 5 and THE DONNAS for the first Lollapalooza trek since 1997.


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