Alanis Morissette sure is back after releasing another new single from her upcoming album "Such Pretty Forks in the Road." The new track, titled "Diagnosis," was out on April 24.

Listening again to Morissette's raw, unique sound, and iconic emotive voice, one is brought into the core of depression and other forms of mental illness with the song "Diagnosis." With the background accompaniment of a piano, the simple ballad bares the challenges of going through anxiety - with lyrics "as I am frozen on the spot." On the chorus part, words of confusion are reflected: "So I am debilitated/ I can't remember where the sentence started/ when I'm trying to finish it."

The track also delves deeper into the stigma associated with the struggles which are well resonated on the chorus - "Call it what you want/ cuz I don't even care anymore." At the end of the chorus, lyrics are greatly emphasized: "And-all-of-you-are-so-frustrated/ And everyone around me is trying to help/ as much as they can."

"Diagnosis" is the third track taken from Morissette's ninth studio album yet to be launched. In December 2019, "Reasons I Drink" was aired in the waves. On this single, the focus is on alcoholism and addiction while justifying the reasons for not trying to be sober.

The second track, "Smiling," was released on February 20, 2020. The song was composed by Morissette and Michael Farrell for the Broadway musical "Jagged Little Pill," which is inspired by the 25-year old album with the same title.

"Such Pretty Forks in the Road" was set to release on May 1. However, Alanis recently announced that it would be postponed as an effect of the coronavirus. The "Ironic" singer promised, though, that she will be finishing the highly-anticipated album, and the date will be advised after that.

The Canadian-American singer has scheduled tour dates in North America that were supposed to roll out on June 2 in Portland. The European leg was to kick off in Copenhagen on September 23. The concert series was set to celebrate the 25th anniversary of her third album, "Jagged Little Pill," released in June 1995 and to promote her new album and the Broadway musical as well. No announcements have been made yet if the events will push through amid the developing COVID-19 pandemic.

The "Alanis Morrissette 2020 World Tour" had previous set dates in April for a Japan, Manila, Australia, and New Zealand run. On March 16, as the COVID-19 was quickly spreading, the singer announced on Twitter of the tour's postponement and stated that the "safety and health of everyone comes first." As of recent, the Australian and New Zealand run has been rescheduled to November 2020. The Japan and Manila dates are yet to be reset.

Alanis is one with #MeToo

In another development, the singer-songwriter shared her insights about the #MeToo movement during her interview with The Sunday Times, a U.K. publication. She brazenly revealed that "almost every woman in the music industry has been assaulted, harassed, raped."

Morissette, 45, stressed that women should stand up for themselves, coming from her personal experiences of exploitation and abuse. The singer hopes that the #MeToo advocacy will start igniting in the music industry, similar to what has been unfolded in the film industry last year. She believes that aggression towards women is on a much larger scale in the music world.