With the release of their anticipated album "The Science Of Things" looming, the British alt-rockers in Bush are lining up a busy promotional schedule to trumpet the effort.

The group's latest album hits stores on October 26, and before that the band will step in front of the cameras to drum up support. On October 19, the band will hit New York to tape a performance for "VH1's Hard Rock Live." The next day, the band will head over to Rockefeller Plaza and pay a visit to NBC's "Late Night With Conan O'Brien" where the group will roll out the album's first single, "The Chemicals Between Us."

When "The Science Of Things" finally hits stores the following week (on October 26), the band will mark the release with an early morning visit to Howard Stern's syndicated radio show, swing by MTV's "Total Request Live" that afternoon, and finally cap the day by greeting fans at the Virgin Megastore in Times Square.

The promo stops will give Stateside fans their only chance to see the band in the near future, as Bush will not mount a U.S. tour until next year.