Bush is reminiscent of their '90s alt-rock heyday on the new track "Loneliness is a Killer" from their upcoming sixth studio album Man on the Run.
"I know what you feel. I know what you love," Gavin Rossdale croons at the beginning of the heavy tune. Corey Britz lays down a thick bass line as the entire band just slinks along before the chorus breaks in. "This loneliness is a killer," Rossdale repeats a few times before howling into the next verse. Take a listen to the new track below.
According to Blabbermouth, Bush recorded the entire album, due out Oct. 21, in a private studio owned by Foo Fighters leader Dave Grohl. "No, he didn't sit in with us, but he is incredibly kind," Rossdale said after being asked if Grohl participated in the recording. "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."
The band is also getting ready for the re-release of four of their albums - 1994's Sixteen Stone, 1996's Razorblade Suitcase, 1999's The Science of Things and 1997's compilation of remixes, Deconstructed. The Bush frontman spoke to The Pulse of Radio about the special reissues recently. "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."