Easter 2020 just got a whole lot bigger with Under the Southern Stars heading to Bonython Park on Easter Monday. The line up features Bush, +Live+, and Stone Temple Pilots, as well as Rose Tattoo and Electric Mary.
All three of the acts co-headlining Under the Southern Stars are celebrating anniversaries of iconic albums. As far as Bush goes, 2019 marks 25 years since Sixteen Stone.
The band’s next studio album, The Mind Plays Tricks On You, is set to drop in 2020. According to Rossdale, it may be as early as February.
“I can’t wait,” he says. “When we come out there will be a brand new Bush record.”
He also assures us that the band will be playing “the hits people need.”
Bush re-entered the music world in 2011, with their first release in ten years, The Sea of Memories. Lead single, The Sound of Winter, shot to the top of the charts. The song made rock radio history, becoming the first self-released song to hit No. 1 at Alternative Rock Radio.
Under the Southern Stars is set to deliver music along with the introduction of The Under The Southern Stars Village. The village will play host to installations and activities including Carnival Rides, Market Stalls, and food vendors (varying from venue to venue).
Bush are co-headlining the festival, alongside Stone Temple Pilots, and Live.
“I love music,” says Rossdale. “I love the process.”
All three of the acts co-headlining Under the Southern Stars are celebrating anniversaries of iconic albums.
As far as Bush goes, 2019 marks 25 years since Sixteen Stone.
Rossdale is reflective.”It comes down to how can you have a fantastic touring life,” he says. “So many people come out and watch us. I can’t believe it really.”
Your host for this episode is Kelly Noble.
Under the Southern Stars will be in Adelaide in Bonython Park on April 13 2020 (Easter Monday).
Tickets are available at www.underthesouthernstars.com.au