Alanis Morissette is featured on the cover of the new Pulse magazine, where she’s interviewed by Bill Forman. Alanis says ‘Under Rug Swept’ is less in the first person than her previous efforts: “Less first-person. But I found myself being drawn continuously back to the more one-on-one personal kind of subject matter. Simply because I’ve come to the conclusion, more so than ever, that the personal is the political. Because microscosmically speaking, the dynamic between me and a romantic relationship–or a sibling or whoever it is–that can be extrapolated to represent what’s going on between different nations and different religions. And it’s the exact same underlying issues, I have found, that pertain to what’s going on in the rest of the world.”
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