Stone Temple Pilots fans who missed the action can check out streaming footage of the band performing their single “Meadow,” captured during an intimate show held March 23 in Los Angles as part of radio station KROQ's concert series HD Radio Sound Space. The appearance was in support of their brand new self-titled studio album, which hit shelves March 16 via Rhino.
The Grammy winners rocked through a hit-filled 9-song setlist of hits, including the new album's lead single, which was posted March 24 via STP's YouTube channel. The show featured new lead singer Jeff Gutt, who made his recording debut with the "Plush" hitmakers on Stone Temple Pilots.
The 4:41 minute clip opens with drummer Eric Kretz laying down a solid foundation as guitarist Dean DeLeo riffs through the song's intro. Robert DeLeo completes the groove with an insistent pedaled bass line as Gutt struts his stuff, singing, “You'll be mine Clementine/'Cause I can't live without you.”
Their 7th studio release overall, Stone Temple Pilots features 12 tracks in the standard edition, including their latest single “Never Enough,” which was released earlier this month. The album is available here in CD, digital, vinyl and streaming formats. Check out STP's live cover of “Meadow” above and official audio for “Never Enough” here.
The San Diego grunge pioneers will have a few weeks off before resuming their 2018 tour of North America, beginning April 14 in Tuscon, Ariz. at Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium as part KFMA Day. The spring romp includes a number of festival stops including April 28 in Jacksonville, Fla., at Welcome to Rockville and April 29 in Sunrise, Fla., as part of the Fort Rock line up, before wrapping up June 1 in Lincoln, Neb., at Bourbon Theatre.