Watch: BUSH performs new song ‘More Than Machines’ at ‘Atlantis Concert For Earth’

BUSH performed a new song titled “More than machines” live last Saturday (July 23) at Atlantis for Earth Concert. A studio version of the track, which will feature on the band’s upcoming album, will be released tomorrow (Wednesday, July 27). A preview of the single, as well as a professionally filmed video Atlantis for Earth Concert performance, is available below.

BUSH leader Gavin Rossdale tell germany Radio Bob! on the musical direction of the group’s next sequel to the 2020s “The kingdom” album: “I think I had so much fun making it heavy that I just went heavy and stuck with heavy settings and strong riffs – stuff [that will go over well at] festivals. I just like it to be exciting and really catchy. It is therefore similar to the last one. If you liked the last one, that level of heavy, then that’s it.”

four months ago, Rossdale tell australia May the rock be with you that he had written 18 songs for BUSHnext album. He also said that he tried to keep the musical direction of the new BUSH music similar to “The kingdom”. “It’s all like that,” he said. “I like that. So I kept it in that vein. That was the launch pad. That was it. I was, like, ‘I’m leaving.’ I might have two ballads, two softer songs, slower songs, but they’re weird.”

He continued, “I have a studio in my house now and it’s been such an amazing time. Now you have the tools at your fingertips to make songs and make music. It’s just amazing. C is so much fun.”

In November 2020, BUSH played two drive-in shows in Southern California to celebrate the release of “The Kingdom’s Deluxe Edition”. The disc featured six bonus songs, including “Hero”a special tribute to david bowieplus live performances of the title track “The kingdom” and single charge “Flowers on a Grave”which entered the Top 10 on Active Rock Radio.

BUSHThe current line-up of also includes the guitarist Chris Traynorbass player Corey Britz and drummer Nik Hughes.

The band, which broke up in 2002 but reunited in 2010, has released four albums since reuniting.

The first single from “The kingdom”, “Flowers on a Grave”was unveiled in March 2020. The title, co-produced by Erik Ron and Rossdalefollowed on from “Bullet Holes”heard at the end credits of “John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum”.

Rossdale recently announced that he will be hosting a cooking show. The program, called “EAT with Gavin Rossdale”will feature the musician inviting luminaries, celebrities and other members of the public to his Hollywood Hills home, where he will provide them with a dish he has prepared himself.

Rossdale has already started filming the show, with Round table entertainment produce the series.