BUSH’S THE KINGDOM DEBUTS AT NO. 1 IN BILLBOARD HARD MUSIC ALBUMS CHART

“Gavin Rossdale breaks out the riffs and returns to the glory days of BUSH with The Kingdom” – Kerrang!

“There are messages of hope throughout BUSH’s new album, even featured in the title track, The Kingdom, a place Rossdale imagines to be free of judgment and right-thinking people; a place where people can be free to express themselves. –Huff Post

Diehard BUSH fans often remember Sixteen Stone as the band’s all-conquering work, but can now hear a potential rivalry with the arrival of The Kingdom. The BUSH album presents itself as a modern fusion of the early BUSHs with a harder edge and enduring momentum. – American songwriter

“The Kingdom is BUSH at its finest, the sound of a band with a lot of ambition and passion in their bones.” – Stronger

Iconic, multi-platinum rock band BUSH has taken No. 1 on Billboard’s Hard Rock Music Albums chart with the release of their eighth studio album, The Kingdom.

The disc, which includes the track “Flowers On A Grave”, also debuted at No. 3 on Billboard’s Alternative and Independent Albums charts, No. 5 on Billboard’s Rock Albums chart and No. 14 on the Top 200 Albums Grid.
BUSH celebrated the release of The Kingdom with a special, one-night-only virtual arena show in full production. Over 200,000 fans around the world tuned in to the groundbreaking event on various platforms which saw BUSH perform songs from The Kingdom along with classics such as “Glycerine”, “Machinehead”, “Comedown” and more. The livestream raised nearly $25,000 for When We All Vote, a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization whose mission is to increase voter turnout in every election. Accordingly, Gavin Rossdale and BUSH will round up and match fan contributions for a total donation of $50,000.

The Kingdom has already amassed over 20 million combined audio and video streams and has been heralded by the rock press as one of BUSH’s top albums.

George L. Hernandez