Deep Purple will release its new album Whoosh! June 12. In anticipation of the album’s release, the band debuted the video for the album’s lead single this week.
The band debuted the video for the song ‘Throw My Bones‘ Friday. The video features the space suit-clad figure from the album cover making his way through London and other areas of the world as the band performs the song in the background.
The song’s musical arrangement is a steady, mid-tempo composition with a hint of a blues-rock sound at its base. The song’s lyrical theme is, according to information in a news release distributed Friday, meant to present a social commentary about looking at the bigger picture of the world and everything going on, and taking action. The visualization is used to illustrate that message.
‘Throw My Bones’ is available to stream and download here.
Whoosh! is Deep Purple’s 21st full-length studio recording. The forthcoming album will come more than three years after the release of the band’s most recent album, Infinite, which was released April 7, 2017 through Edel. Whoosh! will be released through earMusic.
Whoosh! will be available as a limited edition CD/DVD Mediabook (which features a 1-hour-long discussion between Roger Glover and Bob Ezrin and full performance by the band at the 2017 Hellfest), 2LP/DVD edition, standard CD and digital.
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