Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale spoke recently about a variety of topics. He talked about the difficulty of reuniting Bush without guitarist Nigel Pusford, how much he misses his family while on the road, and how he would have dealt differently with critics during the peak of the band's popularity:
I would say instead of trying to appease my critics, just to continue to be there for the people that love me. I think that sometimes with the small things I corrected on this record, my muse is the audience I have seen over the years, my muse is the audience I missed. I think that sometimes when you are young and being attacked, you want to stay in the fight, you want to stay in there and duke it out. In fact, what you should be doing is going to the bar where they love you.