Beth Ditto, guitarist Nathan ‘Brace Pain’ Houdshell and drummer Hannah Bliley are back together again for a new album, more than 20 years after releasing their debut single.
Beth Ditto’s indie punk band Gossip has announced their long-awaited reunion and brand new music, more than 20 years after releasing their debut single.
Frontwoman Beth, guitarist Nathan ‘Brace Pain’ Houdshell and drummer Hannah Bliley are back together once again, and have delighted their loyal fans with their first new music in over a decade.
The trio’s new 11-track album, Real Power, will be released on March 22 next year, and follows the launch of their single Crazy Again, which Beth said was about “being in love and feeling very safe”. Was about.
For all the latest on news, politics, sports and showbiz from the United States, visit The Mirror US,
“When we started, a lot of the gossip was about escape – that was always in the music. we survived. We came from nothing, and we got shit out of there. And to be here 20 years later and still making music together is incredible,” the 42-year-old explained.
Gossip has worked with Grammy-winning producer Rick Rubin, who worked with the rockers on their 2009 album Music for Men. Their new album was recorded at their home studio in Kauai, Hawaii, but was interrupted due to the Covid-19 pandemic, and the group was only allowed to resume recording after restrictions were lifted.
The band achieved superstardom in 2006 with the release of Standing in the Way of Control, which was written in response to then-US President George Bush’s Federal Marriage Amendment, which barred states from recognizing same-sex marriage.
They separated in 2016 and Beth, whose real name is Mary Beth Patterson, said she wanted to pursue a career in fashion and acting. She released a collection with high street store Evans, walked the catwalk for Jean Paul Gaultier at Paris Fashion Week, collaborated with MAC Cosmetics, and released her memoir, From Coal to Diamonds.
She made her film debut in director Gus Van Sant’s film Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot and appeared alongside Kirsten Dunst in the critically acclaimed series On Becoming a God in Central Florida. She recently played country singer Gigi Roman in the drama series Monarch alongside Susan Sarandon and Anna Friel.
The music video for Crazy Again will be released on Friday, and sees the group reunited with director and audio-visual artist Sessions, who directed their 2010 Men in Love music video.
The group released their last album, A Joyful Noise, in 2012, and in 2019, reunited for the 10th anniversary of their fourth studio album, Music for Men.
* Follow mirror celebs snapchat , Instagram , Twitter , Facebook , youtube And threads ,