Rock acts on television this week include Institute, who perform on ‘The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson’ on Monday; The All-American Rejects, who perform on ‘Total Request Live’ on Monday; Bloc Party, who perform on ‘The Tonight Show with Jay Leno’ on Tuesday; Kasabian, who perform on ‘Last Call with Carson Daly’ on Tuesday; the Bravery, who perform on ‘Last Call’ on Wednesday; The Fray, who visit ‘Daily Download’ on Wednesday; Bon Jovi, who perform on ‘The Tonight Show’ on Thursday and ‘Today’ on Friday; 30 Seconds To Mars, who perform on ‘The Late Late Show’ on Thursday; Better Than Ezra, who perform on ‘The Tony Danza Show’ on Thursday; INXS, who perform on ‘The Late Late Show’ on Friday; and OK Go, who perorm on ‘Last Call’ on Friday.
Institute performed in concert at Cargo in London, England on Monday (September 5). Check out pictures from FilmMagic.
Former Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale will introduce his new band, Institute, with a three-week U.S. club tour beginning in San Diego on August 11th, sources told Billboard. The roadwork comes ahead of the Sept. 13 release of Institute’s Interscope debut, ‘Distort Yourself’.
MTV News caught up with Gavin Rossdale to get the latest on his new band Institute. “I didn’t want to do a softer record than Bush, because I thought that would be maybe more expected,” Rossdale said of the new project. “I thought what would be cooler would be to do something a little bit heavier, a little stronger. I wanted to make a more forceful record.” The new group is made up of former Helmet / Orange 9mm guitarist Chris Traynor; bassist Cache “Utah Slim” Tolman, formerly of Civ, Rival Schools and exploratory jazz metalloids Iceburn; and drummer Charlie Walker (Chamberlain, Split Lip). Institute’s tentatively self-titled album is slated for an early fall release with the first single, ‘Bulletproof Skin’, expected at radio later this summer. Read more.