Porno for Pyros Unveil New Song “Little Me” Ahead of Farewell Tour

Porno for Pyros have unveiled the new song “Little Me” ahead of their upcoming farewell tour. The tune follows their comeback single “Agua,” which was released in November.

The alt-rock band reunited in 2022 to play their first shows in a quarter century. Their first full-fledged outing in 27 years — dubbed the “Horns, Thorns en Halos Farewell Tour” — kicks off February 13th in Santa Ana, California, and runs through a March 10th show in Montclair, New Jersey. 

Last year, the band’s original lineup of singer Perry Farrell, drummer Stephen Perkins, guitarist Peter DiStefano, and bassist Martyn LeNoble recorded a handful of songs for an as-yet-untitled forthcoming EP. LeNoble will not be part of the upcoming tour. Instead, Mike Watt, who played with Porno for Pyros from 1995 to 1998, will handle bass duties.

“Little Me” rocks a little harder than the mellow “Agua,” with Farrell’s instantly recognizable voice singing over a punchy guitar riff. At the two-minute mark, the song takes a psychedelic turn during the bridge.

When Heavy Consequence caught up with Farrell in December, the singer discussed the band’s decision to make their reunion tour a farewell trek. “Well, I think the way to look at it … this is just my business – how I’ve got my life set up,” he told us. “So, I’ve got Porno for Pyros, I’ve got Jane’s Addiction, got Lollapalooza. So, I’ve got all these beautiful things. …. With Porno for Pyros, what I can see for in my life – put out these three songs, do this tour.”

Take a listen to “Little Me” below. Fans who can’t make it out to one of the shows can check out a paid livestream of the band’s February 18th gig in Los Angeles.

(Consequence)