No further details have been revealed about the upcoming album, but when the record arrives, it will mark the singer-songwriter's first album since 2010's Funstyle.
In honour of the forthcoming album, Phair has announced a string of U.S. tour dates that will take place prior to her spot on Alanis Morissette's Jagged Little Pill anniversary tour.
"Everyone's got a maze inside their heart.." Announcing the Soberish tour! The first performances that dive into my new album, "Soberish" ☕️— Liz Phair (@PhizLair) March 3, 2020
Pre-sale for this May tour starts tomorrow at 12pm local time. Use the code SOBERISH to enter! https://t.co/BNUBIfNG31 pic.twitter.com/QTYdMMwi7A
Phair teased the new material last year, releasing a single called "Good Side."
In 2017, it was reported that Phair was working on new material with Ryan Adams, but the collaboration was scrapped. She told Vulture recently that she "wasn't willing to go along with his process." Adams was accused of emotional abuse and inappropriate conduct last year.
Phair also released a memoir titled Horror Stories last year.