Columbia Data will launch Bruce Springsteen’s new album Letter to You on Oct. 23, according to Rolling Stone. The 12-track album is the primary to characteristic The E Avenue Band since Excessive Hopes in 2014. As an introductory salutation to his 20th studio LP, Springsteen launched the title-track lead single “Letter to You.”
“I really like the emotional nature of ‘Letter to You,’” Springsteen mentioned in a press release, via Rolling Stone. “And I really like the sound of the E Avenue Band taking part in fully dwell within the studio, in a approach we’ve by no means performed earlier than, and with no overdubs. We made the album in solely 5 days, and it turned out to be one of many biggest recording experiences I’ve ever had.”
That is the primary time Springsteen has carried out with the E Avenue Band since The River 2016 tour. The music video reveals the band working in Springteen’s residence studio in New Jersey. Followers of The Sopranos will discover the air-drumming consigliere Steve Van Zandt on the middle of issues. Springsteen can be backed by Roy “The Professor” Bittan, Nils Lofgren, Garry “the muse of the E Avenue Nation” Tallent, “the mighty” Max Weinberg, Charlie Giordano, Jake Clemons and Springsteen’s spouse Patti Scialfa.
Springsteen “Dug deep in my soul and signed my identify true,” for his new single, and dug into his outtake vaults for 3 of the songs on the upcoming album. The tracklist consists of new recordings of “If I Was the Priest,” “Track for Orphans” and “Janey Wants a Shooter,” which Springsteen wrote within the early 1970s.