Download New Jane's Addiction Song 'End to the Lies'

Band is offering a free mp3 from forthcoming album 'The Great Escape Artist'

April 8, 2011 1:55 PM ET
Download New Jane's Addiction Song 'End to the Lies'
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Jane's Addiction are heralding the August arrival of their new album The Great Escape Artist by giving away a free mp3 of the set's first single "End to the Lies." The track starts off with a funky groove from the band's new bassist Dave Sitek of TV on the Radio, but quickly shifts into the sort of colossal, soaring rock that made the group alt-rock legends.

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