In between filming his current coaching stint on the UK's iteration of The Voice (was this news to anyone else?) Gavin Rossdale has been scrawling away at his LA home, crafting a new album for his mega-successful '90s band Bush.
The record is titled Black And White Rainbows, and the first single from its 15 tracks is Mad Love, which you can listen to below.
The group initially shot to fame like a moody, long-haired missile in 1994 when they released their debut album Sixteen Stone – featuring the hit Glycerine – which is certified six times multi-platinum by the RIAA.
Black And White Rainbows is due out March 10 via Caroline.