The latest solo album from former Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist John Frusciante really is out of this world.
The rocker launched Enclosure into space Monday in an experimental Cube Satellite known as Sat-JF14 aboard an Interorbital Systems' NEPTUNE Modular Rocket. Fans can download the free Sat-JF14 app on any iOS or Android mobile device to track the satellite's movement. And once it passes over the user's geographic region, it unlocks the new album.
They can listen to Enclosure for free and share their thoughts with other listeners on an integrated social chat platform. The app will be available until Monday, April 7th at midnight when Sat-JF14 ends its transmission. Enclosure will then get a more conventional release on Tuesday, April 8th.