Although he will be fully occupied with Bush for the next year or so, Rossdale also revealed that he would like to record a solo album at some point.
'I do write some songs which are not right for Bush, and I'd like to use them on a solo record when I get the chance. It would be very different to Bush, more laidback and sensual, I suppose.'
But for the time being, Rossdale is shelving all future solo plans and concentrating totally on Bush.
'We are gonna be doing a major world tour, there's talk of getting in some really cool people to do remixes of tracks from 'The Science Of Things' for a possible remix album, and we've just recorded a version of The Doors' 'Break On Through' for a tribute album, so it's all getting busy.'
Bush kick off a UK tour at Cambridge Corn Exchange on
November 17. They then head to Wolverhampton Civic
Hall 18, Norwich UEA 19, Nottingham Rock City 21,
Newcastle University 22, Glasgow Barrowlands 24, Leeds
T&C 25, Manchester Academy 26, Southampton Guildhall
28, Bristol Colston Hall 29, London Hammersmith Palais