Smashing Pumpkins to give away new album for free

Smashing Pumpkins will make their new album, Teargarden By Kaleidyscope, available for free via the internet a track at a time.

The record is reportedly made up of 44 songs and the first track could be available online as early as the end of this month.

"I want no limitations on what I can, and will do," said frontman and sole original member Billy Corgan. "I think the size and shape of the traditional album is just morphing into something much more in the moment.

The tracks will also be released as 11 four song EPs at a later date.

"Four songs at a time will mean I can give my heart over to the music fully without giving away my now happy life," Corgan added.


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