Watch Stone Temple Pilots Perform “Dead & Bloated” During Recent Livestream Concert

Stone Temple Pilots recently performed “Core” in full during a special livestream concert. You can see footage of “Dead & Bloated” from that set below:

Stone Temple Pilots To Perform “Core” In Full During Livestream Concert

Stone Temple Pilots will be performing “Core” in full during a special livestream concert. The virtual event will take place on July 31 and tickets for it can be found HERE. In other news, the band are also planning to release live audio from their 2011 Hampton Beach show with the late Scott Weiland and live audio from their 2019 London show with current frontman Jeff Gutt.

Rescheduled Dates Announced For Live, Bush, Stone Temple Pilots, Etc. Australian Tour

Live, Bush, Stone Temple Pilots, Rose Tattoo, and Electric Mary have postponed their Australian tour due to the coronavirus pandemic. The trek will now take place in early 2021. Here’s the dates:

02/16 Perth, AUS – HBF Stadium
02/19 Adelaide, AUS – Bonython Park
02/20 Mornington, AUS – Hastings Foreshore Reserve
02/21 Yarrawonga, AUS – Yarrawonga Showgrounds
02/24 Sydney, AUS – Hordern Pavilion
02/26 Wollongong, AUS – Stuart Park
02/27 Newcastle, AUS – Foreshore Park
02/28 Gosford, AUS – The Entertainment Grounds
03/03 Melbourne, AUS – The Timber Yard
03/06 Brisbane, AUS – Brisbane Riverstage
03/07 Bribie Island, AUS – Sandstone Point Hotel

Stone Temple Pilots Premiere New Song “Miles Away”

Stone Temple Pilots have premiered a new song, titled “Miles Away,” via Spin. This track is from the band’s new acoustic album, “Perdida,” which will be released on February 7. Robert DeLeo wrote the latest song and Jeff Gutt had the following to say about it:

“I really gravitated towards it because I can relate it to so many things that have happened in my life. So I tried to put a personal touch on it where I could.”

Stone Temple Pilots Cancel Upcoming Acoustic Tour

Stone Temple Pilots have revealed that vocalist Jeff Gutt will be undergoing surgery for a “severely herniated disc.” As a result, the band’s upcoming acoustic tour has been cancelled.

The group commented:

“We are sorry to announce that we must cancel the upcoming Perdida acoustic tour. Our brother Jeff has a severely herniated disc and doctors have advised immediate surgery which will require weeks of recovery time and physical therapy.

Thankfully Jeff is expected to make a full recovery and we will continue with our Australian tour with Live and Bush in April, the summer tour with Nickelback, and we hope to reschedule the Perdida tour later this year.

Everyone who purchased tickets for the Perdida tour will get full refunds for their tickets at point of purchase.

Thank you all for your understanding. We love you all and hope to see you on the road again soon.”

As previously reported, Stone Temple Pilots’ new album “Perdida” will be released on February 7.