BUSH was reactivated after a nine-year hiatus following the release of the group's 2001 album, "Golden State". Singer Gavin Rossdale told The Pulse of Radio that he had just come off the road from touring behind his 2008 solo record, "Wanderlust", and started to work on some new music when BUSH suddenly came back into the picture. "I went right the next day off of tour into the studio to write, and it just dawned on me that really kind of the weakest link in doing these songs was maybe bringing it under my own name," he said. "I felt that the solo thing was cool, but it was more by default than design, and I really was just thinking, 'Man, this should just be — why is this not BUSH? I mean, this is crazy.'"

A brand new song from the reunited British alternative rock band BUSH is being made available for free download at EA.com. The track "All My Life" will appear on the group's forthcoming album, "The Sea Of Memories", which is due in September.
"We are very excited about music from our forthcoming album, 'The Sea Of Memories', being featured in EA's NHL 12," said BUSH in a statement. "Our first album in a long time comes out this September and we hope you enjoy this first sample, 'All My Life'."

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