DEEP PURPLE stream new single "Man Alive"
Deep Purple are streaming “Man Alive”, as the second preview to their forthcoming album, “Whoosh!” "It's an abstract concept," frontman and lyricist Ian Gillan tells Billboard. "There was an apocalyptic quality to the (music of) 'Man Alive', and the idea developed lyrically from there -- the scenario of this event that took place and everyone got killed, and you get this picture of 'all creatures great and small grazed on blood red soil, and grass that grows on city streets.' “So it's a post-humanity scenario. And then all of a sudden something's washed up on the beach, and it turns out to be a man, and it's the only living man – but it's just a man, so...That's the end of humanity, because what use is one man? That was the idea. If it was a painting, you'd call it impressionistic." “Man Alive” follows the project’s lead single, “Throw My Bones”, ahead of the August 7 release of the album, which was recorded with producer Bob Ezrin in Nashville, TN. “Whoosh!” will be available as Limited CD+DVD Mediabook (including the 1-hour feature, “Roger Glover and Bob Ezrin In Conversation” and, for the first time, the full live performance at Hellfest 2017 as video), 2LP+DVD Edition, Limited Boxset and digital formats.
01. Throw My Bones 02. Drop The Weapon 03. We're All The Same In The Dark 04. Nothing At All 05. No Need To Shout 06. Step By Step 07. What The What 08. The Long Way Round 09. The Power Of The Moon 10. Remission Possible 11. Man Alive 12. And The Address 13. Dancing In My Sleep