Out Now: Bush Releases New Album ‘The Kingdom,’ Streaming Full Production Arena Concert Online 7/18


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Gavin Rossdale and Bush have unleashed a new album, The Kingdom, which was released on Friday and is available by clicking here.

The record, the eighth full-length studio effort from the alt/rock band and first since 2017’s Black and White Rainbows, features Rossdale on lead vocals and rhythm guitar, Chris Traynor on lead guitar, Corey Britz on bass and Nick Hughes on drums.

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The Kingdom was previewed in recent weeks with the single “Flowers on a Grave,” which very much sounds like your standard Bush radio single — energetic vocals from Rossdale and a propulsive guitar riff lead the way:

Stream The Kingdom below, via Spotify:

https://open.spotify.com/album/1IduB3mfHISAtpV1zQHpef?si=CEmULgs-RVaYwQ2jWc5IGA

Normally, Bush would be out on the road touring in support of the record’s release. The COVID-19 pandemic made that an impossibility, of course, but the band will still play a special record release show on Saturday, July 18.

In fact, Bush will stage a full production arena concert and stream it online for free, news the band announced earlier in the week:

More on the special streaming concert event, per a press release:

The groundbreaking event kicks off at 9pm EDT/6pm PDT on BushOfficial.com and will be produced by FanTracks. During the show, viewers will be able to purchase The Kingdom at a special discounted price (digital version: $5.99, physical CD: $8.99 plus shipping and handling) and will also receive two exclusive non-album bonus tracks. Fifty cents from each record sold during the livestream will be donated to When We All Vote, a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization on a mission to increase participation in every election. BUSH will match the total donated by fans to help the cause.


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