BUSH Completes Work On New Album

BUSH Completes Work On New Album

Gavin Rossdale has confirmed that he has completed work on the new BUSH album, to be released later in the year.

The disc was mastered on January 17, less than an hour before Rossdale was interviewed by The New Music Buzz on the red carpet of the premiere of the "The Space Between Us" movie at ArcLight in Hollywood (see video below).

When asked about the sound of the follow-up to 2014's "Man On The Run", the 51-year-old rocker told Metro: "My whole career I've been trying to make music that's a hybrid of rock and electronic. I'd say it's a textured, approachable and commercial record. People are going to fucking love it."

The BUSH frontman was recently named a mentor on the U.K. version of the popular singing reality show "The Voice".

Asked why he took on the job, Gavin, who was previously married to Gwen Stefani, said: "I thought it would be interesting to find a superstar in England.

"'The Voice' around the world hasn't managed to produce anyone, so It's a challenge.

"And I wanted to be back in England — it gives a different slant to my already manic life."

"Man On The Run" was released in October 2014. It followed up BUSH's 2011 comeback effort, "The Sea Of Memories", which was the first all-new BUSH album in a decade.

BUSH recorded "Man On The Run" at Studio 606, the private studio owned by FOO FIGHTERS frontman Dave Grohl.


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