Stone Temple Pilots and Bush concluded their joint 2019 Revolución yesterday at Frontón in Mexico City. The two trailblazing hard rock groups kicked off the tour on February 12th in Lima, Peru. The tour follows their triple headlining "Revolution 3" 2018 tour which also had The Cult along for the ride.
The tour took the rock heroes around South America and Mexico with setlists that packed in their most beloved hits and signature classics. STP carried two new songs from their 2018 self-titled album with them on tour - "Meadow" and "Roll Me Under." Bush only performed one track off their last LP release, Black and White Rainbows - "This is War."
STP performed a lot of material off their breakthrough 1992 debut album Core, including "Wicked Garden," "Plush," and "Dead & Bloated." They also performed their hits off Purple like "Interstate Love Song" and "Vasoline."
"Sex Type Thing" Live
Bush pleased fans by performing plenty of staples off Sixteen Stone like "Machinehead," "Comedown," "Everything Zen," and "Glycerine." Watch some fan caught videos below.
STP commonly ended their 14-song setlist each night with Core's "Sex Type Thing," while Bush normally ended their 12-song setlist on "Comedown." Check out both of their setlists below!
Stone Temple Pilots
The two bands have become close since they set out on the road together nearly a year ago. STP even made a playlist on Spotify of their favorite Bush songs over the summer. The list includes:
"Machinehead" "Everything Zen" "Little Things" "Swallowed" "Personal Holloway" "Greedy Fly" "Letting the Cables Sleep" "Alien" "Mouth" "The Chemicals Between Us"
After some festival dates, STP will return to the road for a European trek over the summer. Check out those dates over on their website.
Bush have some scattered festival dates booked for the year so far, and you can get more info about those over on their website.