Brand New Bruce Springsteen, “This Depression” From ‘Wrecking Ball’ [First Listen – Today Only]
[pullquote quote=”I have spent my life judging the distance between American reality and the American dream.” credit=”Springsteen”]Bruuuuuce is a man who’s been filling our lives with inspired music and lofty ideals since first emerging from Asbury Park in 1973. We’ve been supporting his music for decades, and considering his recent creative output, we plan to continue to do so for quite some time.
The Boss is taking care of his own once again with this 17th studio album, Wrecking Ball, arriving March 6 via Columbia Records. Click below to hear the latest from his legacy of almost 40 years.
He is, now and forever, The Boss.
Bruce Springsteen, “This Depression” — Available 2/23 Beginning At 11pm CST
Each weekday now thru March 2, a new song from the album will be made available for streaming — but for only 24 hours. It started with “Easy Money” on the long-running Springsteen fan site Backstreets.com, followed by “Shackled and Drawn” on RollingStone.com. Spin.com hosted “Jack of All Trades” and “Death to My Hometown” was given to Paste.
It’s not just about the virtual world. You know you’ll hear a bunch of Bruce on XRT’s New Music Thursday this week and next.
[Photos] Bruce Springsteen Rocks…The New Jersey rocker has kept himself busy so far in 2012, performing at the GRAMMYs with the E Street Band, gearing up for a worldwide tour and preparing his keynote speech at South By Southwest.
Wrecking Ball Track Listing:
– We Take Care of Our Own
– Easy Money
– Shackled and Down
– Jack of All Trades
– Death to My Hometown
– This Depression
– Wrecking Ball
– You’ve Got It
– Rocky Ground
– Land of Hope and Dreams
– We Are Alive
– Swallowed Up (Bonus Track)
– American Land (Bonus Track)
Hear More Music From The Boss & View 2012 Tour Dates