Rather unironically, Alanis Morissette is headed back on the road.
The Canadian songstress kicks off a 38-city theater tour Sept. 18 in support of her latest album, the nicely conflicted-sounding Flavors of Entanglement.
After spending the rest of the summer entertaining European crowds, Morissette and her angst will touch down first at the Charlottesville Pavilion in Virginia. She'll strum her way across the U.S. and Canada before wrapping things up in Oakland, Calif., on Nov. 17.
Tickets for the North American leg of her tour go on sale July 25. The full itinerary is on Morissette's website.
Called a "career highlight" by some critics, Flavors of Entanglement debuted at No. 8 on the Billboard 200 last month and has sold about 130,000 copies.
A postbreakup Morissette said in May that the record "chronicles the rock bottom finally being hit."