Music News

News > Music News > BUSH REVEALS TITLE AND RELEASE DATE FOR SIXTH ALBUM

BUSH REVEALS TITLE AND RELEASE DATE FOR SIXTH ALBUM

Bush will release its sixth studio album, titled Man On The Run, on October 21st. The new disc features the single "The Only Way Out" and follows up the band's 2011 comeback effort, The Sea Of Memories. Frontman Gavin Rossdale told us that the success of that disc and the tour in support of it was a direct inspiration on the new one: "The record was inspired by that kind of energy that I got from people and the energy that I encountered, and I wanted to make sure that we made a record that was really exciting and strong, and as ever the best thing about it is learning more. And I think that I learned a lot on this record and it's some of the best songs I've ever written."

"The Only Way Out" will hit radio, iTunes and and all major retailers on September 9th.

The Sea Of Memories was the first all-new Bush album in a decade and was recorded after Rossdale reactivated the group in 2010.

It spawned the Number One rock single "The Sound Of Winter."

Bush has teamed with PledgeMusic for a special crowdfunding campaign that will offer all kinds of incentives to fans who pre-order the new album.

In addition to smaller exclusives like limited edition vinyl and T-shirts, the band is offering pricier items like music lessons with a member for $500 or the lyrics to the classic Bush hit "Glycerine," written for you by Rossdale, for a steep $2,000.

Photo by PRPhotos.com

Related articles

Music News

Mumford & Sons posted a brief video online late last week of the band in a rehearsal studio, hinting that a...
Beck has finally received an apology from Kanye West after the rapper rushed the stage during the singer's Album...
Although the Offspring recently released a new single called "Coming For you," singer Dexter Holland told Loudwire...
Iceland's Of Monsters And Men are preparing to release their sophomore album four years after their 2011 debut, My...
Soundgarden guitarist Kim Thayil said in a new essay which he wrote for Rolling Stone that his band at first...