Former BUSH Frontman Prepares To Release Solo Album

March 31, 2008

According to The Pulse of Radio, former BUSH frontman Gavin Rossdale will issue a new single called "Love Remains the Same" on April 1 through digital outlets, with his first solo album, "Wanderlust", arriving on June 3 via Interscope. The record will feature the first new music from Rossdale since he dissolved INSTITUTE, the band he formed a couple of years back after BUSH went on hiatus.

A clip of "Love Remains the Same" is available for streaming at this location (Real Audio required).

In a June 2007 interview with Ryan Seacrest of KIIS FM in Los Angeles, Rossdale stated about his solo album, "It's really kind of atmospheric and good. And I'm really excited about it."

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