LOS ANGELES, CA - JANUARY 31: Gavin Rossdale of Bush performs at The Wiltern on January 31, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.
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Bush haven't released a record since 2014's Man on The Run, but devotees of the English rockers should be happy to know that they're hitting the road this summer for a partial U.S. tour. On Tuesday, the Gavin Rossdale–fronted outfit announced a run of summer dates that will see the band perform alongside Chevelle. The two bands will play a number of festivals and theater venues throughout the East Coast, the South and the Midwest. Full details of the tour can be seen here

Bush recently celebrated their twentieth anniversary, and Rossdale gave an in-depth interview to Rolling Stone to discuss the milestone last January. More recently however, Rossdale has been the subject of renewed spotlight after his divorce from ex-wife Gwen Stefani, whose new album derives much inspiration from their marital problems and separation. This Is What The Truth Feels Like released last month to a no. 1 debut. 

Rossdale and company will kick off their tour on May 5 at The Paramount in Huntington, New York.