Jane's Addiction singer Perry Farrell has signed a worldwide solo take care of BMG to launch his first solo album in additional than 18 years, Kind Heaven. The Lollapalooza co-founder will drop the album in 2019, along side his immersive $90 million leisure vacation spot King Heaven, which is slated to open on the LINQ Promenade subsequent yr.
Kind Heaven is the long-awaited follow-up to Farrell's Song Yet To Be Sung 2001 solo album, produced by the singer and legendary David Bowie collaborator producer Tony Visconti, with an extended listing of visitor performers. Among the options on the album: Taylor Hawkins (Foo Fighters), Mike Garson (Bowie), Matt Chamberlain (Soundgarden), Chris Chaney (Jane’s Addiction), Tommy Lee (Motley Crue), Peter Distefano (Porno For Pyros), Dhani Harrison, Elliot Easton (The Cars), Joachim Garraud (David Guetta), in addition to different unnamed cameos. The album can even characteristic scoring from Harry Gregson-Willams (Shrek, The Martian) and duets together with his spouse, Etty Farrell.
“Every idea I’ve ever had started with music as its bedrock," stated Farrell in an announcement. "Jane's Addiction, Lollapalooza and now Kind Heaven. I'm energized by my partnership with BMG and their dedication to my music, and to powering it with state-of-the-art expertise. Kind Heaven is combined in Dolby Atmos, Binaurally, and, in fact, in Stereo.”
Farrell will carry out songs from the album together with his new band on the Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco on December 2, headlining The Festival of Lights profit in assist of the Bill Graham Memorial Foundation.
"Perry Farrell has been a ground-breaking pressure in rock tradition for 3 many years," stated Fred Casimir, BMG's EVP of Global Recordings. “With Lollapalooza he has been a pioneer in creating new music-based experiences. With Kind Heaven, Perry is now taking issues on to a different degree and we're delighted to accomplice with him on this extraordinary album.”