Hear ‘Three Wishes,’ a New Stone Temple Pilots Song from the Band’s Upcoming Acoustic Album ‘Perdida’


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On Feb. 7, Stone Temple Pilots will release Perdida, the band’s first-ever acoustic album.

Featuring compositions written/recorded by guitarist Dean DeLeo, bassist Robert DeLeo, drummer Eric Kretz and vocalist Jeff Gutt specifically for an acoustic arrangement, this will mark a first for the group. It will also be the second official release with Gutt, who has been the band’s lead singer since November 2017, when he took over for Scott Weiland (who passed away in 2015).

On Thursday, Stone Temple Pilots previewed Perdida with a track called “Three Wishes: ”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MJxY0w-XzY4

The haunting “Three Wishes” is the second song released from the record so far, following “Fare Thee Well” in early December:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=muv71aLRSjY

Back when the band first announced the project, this message accompanied the news:

Hi everyone, We’d like to tell you about our new record, Perdida. It will arrive on February 7th. It’s a collection of 10 songs with an acoustic foundation. The kind of record we’ve been wanting to make for years. We are thrilled to share it with all of you and we will be setting out on tour in February playing several songs from the new record along with many other songs from our catalog. We look forward to seeing all of you and as always… we love you.⁣
See you soon. ⁣

Listen to “Fare Thee Well,” the first single from Perdida at ⁣https://rhino.lnk.to/FareTheeWell‬

Pre-order Perdida on https://stonetemplepilots.com ⁣starting today and check out limited edition merch bundles, including autographed lithographs while supplies last. Pre-orders through Thu, 12/5 gain exclusive pre-sale access to the Perdida Tour before the general on-sale on 12/6. ⁣

Tour Dates: ⁣
2/5 : Vancouver, BC – Commodore Ballroom⁣
2/7: Snoqualmie, WA – Snoqualmie Casino⁣
2/8 : Boise, ID – Knitting Factory ⁣
2/9: Portland, OR – Roseland Theater⁣
2/12: San Francisco, CA – Herbst Theatre⁣
2/13: Beverly Hills, CA – Saban Theatre⁣
2/15: Denver, CO – Fillmore Auditorium⁣
2/17: Kansas City, MO – Uptown Theater⁣
2/19: Milwaukee, WI – Turner Hall Ballroom⁣
2/21: Detroit, MI – The Fillmore⁣
2/22 Covington, KY – Madison Theatre⁣
2/25 New York, NY – Gramercy Theatre⁣
2/27 Toronto, ON – Danforth Music Hall⁣
2/29 Atlantic City, NJ – Tropicana⁣
3/1 Boston, MA – Wilbur Theatre⁣

When released in February, Perdida will be STP’s eighth studio album to date, and the second with new singer Jeff Gutt, who joined ahead of 2018’s self-titled album — which also marked a revitalization of Stone Temple Pilots, who re-emerged with a new singer and new music after the passing of Weiland in 2015 and, also, Chester Bennington in 2017, as the Linkin Park vocalist had recorded an EP with Stone Temple Pilots in 2013.

Robert DeLeo spoke with Rock Cellar about his band’s endurance and resilience and reflected on his experiences with both Weiland and Bennington in a 2018 interview — click here to read that. 


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