We’re being eagle-eyed this morning to spot April Fools jokes, as (we hope) are you. But here’s a story that sounded bogus, but turned out to be true: former Red Hot Chili Pepper John Frusciante is streaming his new album from space. Well, sort of. His new album ‘Enclosure’ is currently orbiting the Earth on an “experimental Cube Satellite called Sat-JF14”, with fans able to download an app for iOS or Android to track its path and – when it’s over their region of the planet – to listen to the album for free. The app also features chat features to swap thoughts about the music, with the campaign set to continue until 7 April, the day before the album is released. And we looked at this story and thought ‘Yes, 1 April, very clever’ before checking – and there really is a Sat-JF14 app for iOS and Android, delivering the album.

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