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Alanis Morissette shares UK/Ireland tour dates, releases new song ‘Olive Branch’

Morissette is holding delayed 25th anniversary celebrations of 'Jagged Little Pill'

By Charlotte Krol

Alanis Morissette poses in a promotional shot for 'Reasons I Drink'
Alanis Morissette poses in a promotional shot for 'Reasons I Drink' (2020). (Picture: YouTube/Alanis Morissette)

Alanis Morissette has announced rescheduled dates for her UK and Ireland tour in celebration of the 25th anniversary of ‘Jagged Little Pill’.

The Canadian singer-songwriter has also released a new song called ‘Olive Branch’ via RCA Records UK, which you can listen to further below. It was co-written by Morissette and Michael Farrell, and produced by Michael Farrell and Henrik Jakobsson.

News of Morissette’s UK and Ireland tour comes after the dates were postponed several times during the COVID-19 pandemic. The shows were originally due to take place in the autumn of 2020 but were moved to October 2021 and then to November 2021 before being cancelled again.

Last October, Morissette wrote on Twitter: “Stay tuned for the rescheduled dates (coming very soon), and please hold onto your tickets as they will be valid for the new ones. I can’t wait to see you each as soon as we possibly can.”

Beth Orton will support the singer on the rescheduled dates – see below.

Alanis Morissette UK and Ireland tour dates 2022:

19 – Glasgow, UK – OVO HYDRO
21 – Dublin, Ireland – 3Arena
23 – Birmingham, UK – United Arena
24 – Leeds, UK – First Direct Arena
25 – Manchester, UK – Manchester Arena
28 – London, UK – The 02
29 – London, UK – The 02

For tickets and more information, head here.

Elsewhere, it was reported last November that Morissette is to develop a single-camera sitcom that will be inspired by her life.

The show, titled ‘Relatable’, is being worked on by the singer with US network ABC. She will serve as executive producer and will also write original music for the show.

Per NME, ‘Relatable’ will follow a married mother in her 40s who spent her younger years as a rock star and symbol of female independence. But her past life sits at odds with bringing up her children and trying to keep her household in order.

The show is inspired by Morissette’s fame and family, however the characters are fictional and non-biographical.