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Bush needs fans to help fund new album

Bush needs fans to help fund new album

NEW ALBUM: Gavin Rossdale and his bandmates are back in the studio. Photo: Associated Press

Rockers Bush are asking fans to help them fund their new album.

Gavin Rossdale and his bandmates have launched a campaign on PledgeMusic, offering rewards for donors including access to the group and exclusive content.

Fans who sign up will also get receive regular updates on the album direct from the band.

Announcing the initiative on the site on Tuesday, Rossdale wrote: “Your support has always meant everything to us, and we’re incredibly excited to bring you this music in a direct and unique way here on PledgeMusic. By ordering anything here, you’ll get the new album digitally the moment it’s released – in fact, you’ll be the first to know all about it.”

He added, “By joining us here, you’ll also have access to videos, previously unreleased music, exclusive photos, and the chance to have some amazing experiences and interactions with Chris, Robin, Corey and me. It’s an exciting way for us to share the process of releasing our new music. Thanks always for the continued support. We couldn’t do this new thing without you.”

The band has started work on the new album at Foo Fighters star Dave Grohl’s Studio 606 in Northridge, California.

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