WATCH: Alanis Morissette sings new track ‘Ablaze’ with daughter

/ 06:57 PM August 04, 2020
Alanis Morissette

Alanis Morissette performing “Ablaze” with her daughter Onyx. Image: screengrab from YouTube/The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

Alanis Morissette treated fans with a live performance of her new song “Ablaze”, which she sang with a special collaboration with her adorable young daughter, no less.

“Ablaze”, from her new album “Such Pretty Forks in the Road”, debuted on live television through “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” last July 31.


The quarantined performance was filled with giggles and sweet bonding moments between the doting mother and the 4-year-old Onyx as fans heard the song for the first time.


At one point, Morissette asked her daughter, “Is it too loud?”, to which Onyx replied, “It’s okay!” before the artist jumped right back to singing.

The playful Onyx also interrupted Morissette several times throughout the performance: one time by putting her hand over her mother’s mouth, and in numerous times by suddenly asking Morissette about the song’s lyrics, among others.

“My mission is to keep the light in your eyes ablaze,” Morissette vows in “Ablaze”, which the singer-songwriter fittingly dedicates to her children.

“Such Pretty Forks in the Road”, which was released on July 31, is Morissette’s first album in eight years, following 2012’s “Havoc and Bright Lights”. JB


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