You may remember, Bush 'returned' after a near-decade absence last year to play a show, and announce a new album that didn't ever actually surface.
Well, now 'Everything Always Now' has been renamed 'The Sea Of Memories', and is due out on 13th September. They're even premiering a new track from it via KROQ, 'The Sound Of Winter'.
The tracklisting is still unknown, but the chaps over at Wikipedia (yes, we know) speculate that the following have been confirmed:
Mirror of the Signs
The Sound Of Winter
All Night Doctors
Heart of the Matter
Lost in You
Heroes Never Die
All My Life
'The Sea Of Memories' will be the band's fifth studio album, following on from 1994's 'Sixteen Stone', 1996's 'Razorblade Suitcase', 1999's 'The Science of Things', and 2001's 'Golden State'.
“For me, it was more than just a cover, it was emotional, and an experience I’ll always treasure.”
The release will contain her B-sides, rare tracks, covers, and 12” mixes in one collection.
The catalogue will include all of her studio albums, as well as cover versions and rarities.
Because “no one is going to understand it”.