They premiered the song live on stage at Bush Hall in London ahead of their UK tour

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Last night in London, Jane’s Addiction reunited for their first show with their classic lineup in 14 years. The band – featuring frontman Perry Ferrell, guitarist Dave Navarro, bassist Eric Avery, and drummer Stephen Perkins – hit the stage at Bush Hall for a “secret show” that mark the start of their UK tour. While Avery had rejoined the band back in 2022, the group performed without Navarro who had been battling long COVID-19. While Navarro was recovering, the band played select shows with the likes of Troy Van Leeuwen (Queens of the Stone Age) and Josh Klinghoffer (ex-Red Hot Chili Peppers) filling in on guitar. Now, not only is the original Jane’s Addiction back together, they also premiered a brand new song live on stage last night.

The all-new “Imminent Redemption” marks the original lineup’s first tune in 34 years. Eric Avery’s last time in the studio with the band was for their 1990 watershed album, Ritual de lo Habitual. Check out fan-filmed footage from the show below.

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