John Frusciante Releasing New Album 'Enclosure' in April, Streaming New Single

artist: John Frusciante date: 02/19/2014 category: new releases

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John Frusciante Releasing New Album 'Enclosure' in April, Streaming New Single
Former Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist John Frusciante has officially announced the release of his new solo effort "Enclosure," confirming April 8 release via Record Collection.

The musician also opted to share a fresh tune with the fans. Titled "Scratch," the song was written during "The Empyrean" sessions and can be streamed below.

"'Enclosure,' upon its completion, was the record which represented the achievement of all the musical goals I had been aiming at for the previous five years," Frusciante noted in an official announcement.

"It was recorded simultaneously with Black Knights' 'Medieval Chamber,' and as different as the two albums appear to be, they represent one investigative creative thought process," the guitarist continued. "What I learned from one fed directly into the other. 'Enclosure' is presently my last word on the musical statement which began with 'PBX.'"

John has recently teamed up with Mars Volta's Omar Rodriguez-Lopez for Kimono Kult project. The band had already streamed some fresh material, more info here.

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