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Ex-Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale Plans Return

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While it may have been four years since Gavin Rossdale has been involved the music making business, that's not long enough to prevent the former Bush front man to make a return fronting his new band Institute.

While it may have been four years since Gavin Rossdale has been involved the music making business, that’s not long enough to prevent the former Bush front man to make a return fronting his new band Institute. “I wanted to . . . make it very spacious and very muscular,” Rossdale says of his band’s tentatively self-titled disc, which is produced by Helmet’s Page Hamilton. “A stripped-down kind of record was the intention.” First single “Bulletproof Skin” is due to impact radio this summer, while a video helmed by xXx director Rob Cohen is in the works. Don’t expect this record to musically resemble his former post-grunge band, as Rossdale said he wants this album to be much heavier. “I didn’t want to do a softer record than Bush, because I thought that would be maybe more expected,” Rossdale said. “I thought what would be cooler would be to do something a little bit heavier, a little stronger. I wanted to make a more forceful record.” Look for the new record from Institute to be in stores this fall.