New Guns N’Roses Track Leaked Via Digital Jukeboxes


Guns N’Roses upcoming single ‘Perhaps’ has been leaked via digital jukeboxes in bars all over the United States.

While the official release of this track was delayed due to as of yet unknown reasons, a link for the song briefly appeared via the Universal Music website, which gave eagle-eyed fans the opportunity to pre-save ‘Perhaps’ on Spotify and Apple Music.

‘Perhaps’ also marks Guns N’Roses’ first release, since their four track EP ‘Hard Skool’ from February.

“Good Morning To Guns N’Roses Fans Only”

Over the weekend, fans were inadvertently allowed the chance to listen to the latest Guns N’Roses release via leaked jukeboxes in bars across the US.

Complete with its official artwork, the song was shared via TouchTunes digital jukebox machines in the States.

“GOOD MORNING TO GUNS N’ ROSES FANS ONLY”, a message read online. “In case you missed it, Perhaps leaked last night via a jukebox at a bar. Pick a local bar with TouchTunes and you, too, can go listen. A release on streaming platforms surely is imminent but we will never forget the night of August 12th”. 

Having been originally due to be released on August 11, it remains unclear if ‘Perhaps’ is still available via the jukeboxes.

A new official release date for the track has yet to be confirmed by Guns N’Roses. The tune was taken from their ‘Chinese Democracy’ era.

No Chance Of Guns N’Roses Biopic – Slash 

News of this leaked track comes just weeks after Guns N’Roses’ guitarist Slash dismissed the idea of the band releasing a biopic anytime soon.

“I just don’t see it happening anytime in the foreseeable future”, Slash replied when asked about the possibility.

Slash also admitted that he is not a fan of biopics generally.

“It doesn’t mean that it won’t happen ever, because who knows? I can only think down the line so far. But I’ve never been able to envision how you’re gonna get”, he said.

“I mean it’s one thing to try and find actors to represent the people in the band, but the other thing is all sort of theatrical depictions of life in the music scene and the everyday life of musicians and all that kinda stuff”. 

More on this interview with Slash here.