BUSH: New Song 'Loneliness Is A Killer' Available For Streaming

BUSH: New Song 'Loneliness Is A Killer' Available For Streaming

"Loneliness Is A Killer", a brand new song from BUSH, can be streamed in the YouTube clip below. The track is taken from the band's sixth studio set, "Man On The Run", which is due out on October 21. It follows 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. The Pulse Of Radio asked BUSH frontman Gavin Rossdale if Grohl ever dropped by or sat in on a session. "No, he didn't sit in with us, but he is incredibly kind," he said. "He's a good friend and you know, it's a private studio so to let us come in there is quite a, is an incredible gesture. We benefited greatly from it because the studio sounds great, it's just a great place to be and very kind of Dave."

Fans can catch Rossdale serving as a guest mentor, alongside his wife Gwen Stefani, on the October 13 episode of the NBC talent search show "The Voice".

According to The Pulse Of Radio, BUSH will reissue four of its previous albums on October 14 in remastered editions, including 1994's "Sixteen Stone", 1996's "Razorblade Suitcase", 1999's "The Science of Things" and the 1997 remix LP, "Deconstructed". Rossdale told The Pulse Of Radio that putting the reissues together has been a bittersweet experience. "We've done some remastering of the stuff and we've got some nice things planned, some alternate versions of things," he said. "It's been quite nostalgic for me, going back into the past, I mean looking through oceans of old photographs and being maybe quite nostalgic when I try not to be nostalgic. It's fun and enlightening and heartwarming and sad all at once."

All of the tracks — including hits like "Glycerine", "Machinehead" and "Comedown" — have been remastered in high resolution from their original audio recordings.

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