Gavin Rossdale has already achieved great success with his band Bush, but as of late, he's been focusing a great deal on a solo album, the first of his career. Billboard reports that the star has recently logged some studio time in Los Angeles, where he recorded three new songs with a few like-minded rockers, including Helmet guitarist Page Hamilton, Rival Schools bassist Cache Tolman, drummer Charlie Walker (Chamberlain, New End Original) and Chris Traynor, who has played guitar for both Bush and Helmet. The three new songs add to the stockpile of material Rossdale has laying in wait while he shops around for a record deal.
"The weird part is just no knowing how things will work out. As always, I know that the only thing that matters is to make great music," said Rossdale on Bush's official website. "I anticipate great support this time around from those around me. I'm really happy with some of the tracks I've done and just want to get them out and start singing for my supper again."
Rossdale is also getting involved with films. In addition to his solo album work, the rocker is currently shooting the film, The Game Of Their Lives. The film tells the story of the US soccer team's upset of England in the 1950 World Cup. Rossdale plays Stanley Mortenson of the English team.