Alt-rock veterans Jane's Addiction to play 25th anniv. London show

Alt-rock veterans Jane's Addiction to play 25th anniv. London show

PanARMENIAN.Net - Jane's Addiction are set to play a special one-off London show this summer, to celebrate their 25th anniversary, Gigwise reveals.

This June, the alt-rock veterans will be heading to the capital to play their classic 1990 album Ritual De Lo Habitual in full - their now iconic second record, containing the likes of 'Been Caught Stealing', 'Three Days' and 'Stop'.

They'll also be playing a career-spanning set, calling upon all four of their albums - the last of which was 2011's The Great Escape Artist.

Jane's Addiction will play The Forum in London's Kentish Town on Monday 13 June. Tickets are on sale from 9am on Friday 18 March and are available here.

News of new material appears to be somewhat of a mystery. In 2014, the band said they were 'on hiatus' - despite touring to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Nothing's Shocking that year, and being confirmed to headline the other stage at this year's Download Festival.

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