We've still got mad love for Bush after all these years! The veteran rockers are on their way back with a new album called Black and White Rainbows that drops on Friday (March 10), and they've just unveiled the new video for "Mad Love."

The clip is primarily a performance piece with the band playing on a rooftop of a building, working out the track on their own. There are also shots of singer Gavin Rossdale in a well-worn red room as he belts out the lyrics, and by the end of the clip, the band is joined on the rooftop by a group of fans celebrating the performance of the song with only the stage lighting to fight off the night sky.

"Mad Love" is a mid-tempo rocker that picks up in intensity with the chorus, as Rossdale shares, "Still got mad love for you baby / Every day you find ways to drive me crazy." As stated, "Mad Love" is part of the band's new Black and White Rainbows album.

Rossdale, who wrote, recorded and produced the new album, will perform "Mad Love" on the U.K. version of the singing competition The Voice later this month. Rossdale is one of the coaches on the current season of the show, and the performance will be the song's TV debut.

Those interested can place their orders for Black and White Rainbows at Amazon and iTunes, and be sure to look for Bush on tour, playing places other than rooftops, beginning March 14 in London. A U.S. trek will start in early May. Dates can be found here.

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