BUSH Announces Deluxe Edition of “The Art Of Survival”, Shares New Single ‘All Things Must Change’

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BUSH will release the deluxe edition of its 2022 album, “The Art Of Survival”, on June 9. A new single, “All Things Must Change”, has just been made available. The track continues the “hot streak” of collaborations between top producer/writer Erik Ron and BUSH guitarist Chris Traynor with Gavin Rossdale‘s lyrics and melody. A bruising heavy rock song that interrogates the unexpected changes that life has in store, “All Things Must Change” yet again proves that BUSH is still one of the most vital voices in contemporary music. Watch the lyric video below.

Rossdale stated about the track: “This is nature. All things are changing. All the time.”

Having received immensely positive reviews upon release, the deluxe edition of “The Art Of Survival” cements the album’s status as a classic of the already BUSH catalog. AllMusic remarked that it was their “their best post-hiatus offering to date…an essential late-catalog installment that re-energizes their sound with fresh tricks and newfound purpose” while Billboard noted that “The Art Of Survival” “finds Rossdale and company full of bombast, huge guitars, and memorable hooks.”

BUSH is back on the road for another hard-charging romp around the country, this time once again alongside BREAKING BENJAMIN. The band will be hitting markets not yet served by their previous tours supporting “The Art Of Survival”. Kicking off on May 2, the shows feature a mixture of classic cuts like “Machinehead” and “Glycerine” in addition to new music like “More Than Machines”BUSH‘s seventh No. 1 at radio — that showcases the diversity and timelessness of the BUSH songbook.

BUSH wrote and recorded what would become “The Art Of Survival” during 2022, re-teaming with Ron (PANIC! AT THE DISCO, GODSMACK) who produced “Flowers On A Grave” and the title track for 2020’s “The Kingdom”, and collaborating once again on two tracks with film composer, musician, and producer Tyler Bates (“300”, “Guardian Of The Galaxy”). The central theme speaks to both the human spirit’s resiliency in the face of trials and tribulations as well as the band’s own enduring place as rock outliers.

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  1. Izidoro Raziel on

    Gavin always give very good interviews and good insight on what he was thinking while writting his songs.

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