Gavin Rossdale Says He's 'Not Very Good' at Dating: 'I Keep Getting Screwed Up and Screwed Over'
With the extra family time, though, Rossdale admits there's little room left for dating.
"One has to find time, but I have my boys now so there's absolutely no personal time," he says. "That's the end of personal time. Take that personal time and throw it out the window."
With other songs on The Kingdom, Rossdale hopes they can serve as a soundtrack to the current uprising against police brutality.
"It really feels like this record is a statement about how we can be better people," he says. "If you listen to the song 'Bullet Holes,' it talks about race wars. The Kingdom, which is the title track, could be the music to the peaceful protests. I can't wait for people to hear it."
Overall, Rossdale feels extremely thankful to still be a "working musician."
"My whole goal in my life was to get a record deal," he says. "That's what I thought was the most incredible thing. And that was enough. So to have a record deal and a life and a career is just like, oh my Lord, that's probably why we work so hard. We don't want it to end. We don't want it to go away. We're basically in the dance competition of life, and please don't tap us on the shoulder."
"It's a great life," he adds. "It just blows me away how I still get to do what I love so much."
In addition to The Kingdom's release on Friday, Rossdale will next star alongside Bella Thorne in the upcoming film Habit.
For more from Gavin Rossdale on fame and fatherhood, pick up the latest issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday.
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