Check out Guns N’ Roses’ latest track “Perhaps” now available on various streaming platforms. The song’s release comes after a period of anticipation, including a leaked snippet from a jukebox and an early radio debut earlier in the week. Despite being originally demoed many years ago, this year saw the collaborative efforts of Axl Rose, Slash, and Duff McKagan in writing and recording the track, marking their first joint musical venture in three decades. This announcement was made through a press release relayed by Audacy, the radio network that premiered the song on its stations yesterday.
As the band continues their North American tour, their recent singles, “Hard Skool” and “Absurd” from 2021, broke a ten-year release hiatus. In the previous year, Guns N’ Roses also reissued their albums Use Your Illusion I and II.
For more insights, you can delve into Newsound’s Sunday Review of Appetite for Destruction, as well as explore the article titled “Revisiting the Magnificent Excess of Guns N’ Roses’ Use Your Illusion Video Trilogy.”
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Rock music
What is the new song released by Guns N’ Roses?
The new song released by Guns N’ Roses is titled “Perhaps.”
Who were involved in writing and recording the song?
The song “Perhaps” was written and recorded by Axl Rose, Slash, and Duff McKagan.
How long has it been since they last collaborated on new music?
This marks the first time Axl Rose, Slash, and Duff McKagan have collaborated on new music together in 30 years.
How was the song’s release teased?
The release of the song “Perhaps” was teased through a jukebox leak and a pre-emptive radio debut earlier in the week.
Which radio station hosted the song’s premiere?
The song “Perhaps” was premiered on radio stations hosted by Audacy.
What were their previous singles before “Perhaps”?
Guns N’ Roses’ previous singles were “Hard Skool” and “Absurd,” both released in 2021.
Are they currently on tour?
Yes, Guns N’ Roses are currently touring in North America.
Did they release any reissued albums recently?
Yes, the band reissued their albums Use Your Illusion I and II last year.
Where can I find more information about their earlier works?
You can read Newsound’s Sunday Review of Appetite for Destruction and the feature “Revisiting the Magnificent Excess of Guns N’ Roses’ Use Your Illusion Video Trilogy” for more insights.