Guns N’ Roses: new song ‘Hard School’ reportedly “coming soon”

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The track is said to have been recorded during the band’s ‘Chinese Democracy’ era.

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Guns N’ Roses is reportedly set to release a new song titled ‘Hard School’.

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The track, which originally had the working title of ‘Jackie Chan’, was recorded during the band’s ‘Chinese Democracy’ era, but never made the album. Short clips of the song have since been posted online and a full version was leaked in 2019.

That same year, the band’s partially reunited Classic line-up rehearsed the track for a concert at the Hollywood Palladium and included it on the setlist for some of their Summer 2021 concerts, but they have yet to perform it live. not done.


Yesterday (September 13), a photo was reportedly shared of a Guns N’ Roses fan with Axl Rose (per blabbermouth) in a since-deleted tweet, with the caption: “A fan met Axl Rose after the second Guns N’ Rose show last night in Atlantic City, NJ.”

It continued: “She said he invited her backstage and they had a beer together. He also said that he asked her about hard school. He played the song for them and said they would release it soon. are.

Guns N’ Roses’ Slash and Axl Rose. credit: Kevin Mazur / Getty Images

If the track is released, it will be the second new Guns N’ Roses record to be released in the past few weeks, after “Absurd” – a new version of a previously unreleased song called “Silkworm” – which was released in August. I had come. The band debuted the new song during a show in Boston’s Fenway Park.

It came as Guns N’ Roses celebrated their return to the stage with a cover of The Stooges’ first single, ‘I Want to Be Your Dog’.

The first date of the band’s much-delayed stadium tour of North America was on July 31 at Hersheypark Stadium in Pennsylvania. 30,000. Reported Capacity of.


Meanwhile, Guns N’ Roses has hit a new milestone with its famous single “Sweet Child O’ Mine” reaching a billion streams on Spotify.

Taken from the band’s 1987 debut album, Appetite for Destruction, the record officially crossed the one-billion-stream limit on Spotify in August, more than 34 years after its release, according to Forbes.

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