Since relaunching Bush in 2010, the Gavin Rossdale and Chris Traynor partnership (Traynor taking on the right-hand role in the band once Rossdale resumed performing under the Bush banner in the stead of the retired Nigel Pulsford) have, in an understated way, added to the band’s legacy, producing five albums, and a slew of consistently decent tunes.
Bush has teamed up with Fan Tracks to put on a full-production arena-style show to celebrate their new album, The Kingdom, releasing later this week. The show takes place on July 18th, is free and is aimed at music fans worldwide who are tired of intimate bedroom livestream performances can experience rock ‘n’ roll the way it should be.The event, which kicks off at 9pm EDT/6pm PDT on BushOfficial.com, is a celebration in honor of the release of Bush’s forthcoming eighth studio album, The Kingdom, available everywhere Friday, July 17.Continue reading →
In a new interview with Tucson’s rock station Rock 102.1 KFMA., Bush has announced their new album The Kingdom, will officially arrive on July 17th. Gavin Rossdale described the new music as : “It’s just really heavy and wide and just of the time. It’s really of the time — that’s what I like about it. It feels really necessary — a necessary record. The band’s on fire. It’s just exciting.” Bush has released two singles in the last year: ‘Flowers On A Grave’ and last year’s ‘Bullet Holes’, from the John Wick 3 Parabellum soundtrack. Their last album 2017’s Black And White Rainbows. Bush’s current lineup also includes guitarist Chris Traynor, bassist Corey Britz, and drummer Nik Hughes.