New from Deep Purple: Stream ‘Nothing At All,’ from Band’s New Album ‘Whoosh!’ Out 8/7

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Deep Purple is nearing the release date of its new and 21st studio album, Whoosh!, which was delayed a bit due to the COVID-19 pandemic but now has a scheduled “street date” of Aug. 7.

On Friday, the esteemed prog-rock band roared back with a new single, “Nothing At All,” the third such preview of the record to be premiered in recent weeks.

The track joins fellow pre-release singles, including the decidedly epic “Man Alive”:

And “Throw My Bones,” a song that received a dramatic music video treatment:

The visual symbolism of the “spaceman” is at the core of this new Deep Purple album, with two music videos chronicling his various adventures. As a press release summed up Mr. Spaceman’s journey:

With the videos for the two previous singles “Throw My Bones” and “Man Alive”, Deep Purple have sent their spaceman on a very special journey and rumour has it that the spaceman’s story is going to be continued soon…

More on the album:

Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Ian Paice, Steve Morse, and Don Airey were invited by Bob Ezrin to Nashville to write and record, during which the band were inspired to push their creative boundaries. Letting go of any artistic limitations, they adopted the motto “Deep Purple is putting the Deep back in Purple”. Whoosh! embodies that freedom, with lyrics that reflect their sentiments on the current situation of the world. “We’ve included everything that made the whole band smile, including Bob Ezrin,” exclaims Morse. “We’ve always enjoyed making music and having the incredible luxury of a loyal audience.”



  • Steve says:

    Deep Puprle’s albums with Steve Morse on guitar – especially the ones produced by Bob Ezrin – are amazing. Kudos for a veteran band STILL make great NEW music! If you’re a DP fan and haven’t heard these albums, check them out!

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