Bruce Springsten announced a new album

Bruce Springsten announced a new album

Bruce Springsten announced new CD:It's been six years since “El Boss” released their last CD. Springsteen fans are in luck because the famous musician from the East Coast of the USA recently announced his next release: a CD entitled "Letter to you". Recorded once again with the successful band “The E Street Band”. It will be his 20th album in his fruitful musical career.

This new album will include twelve songs, of which the one that gives its name to the work stands out: “Letter to you”. The funny thing is that not all the songs are of recent creation. Three of them were written in the 1970s, but had not been recorded before. These three are: "Janey Needs a Shooter", "If I Was The Priest" and "Song For Orphans" performed in some live concerts.

This work has been recorded in Springsteen's own studio in Colts Neck (New Jersey, USA). The producer in this case has been Ron Aniello and the musicians Bob Clearmountain (The Rolling Stones, Bon Jovi) have participated for the mixes and it has been mastered by Bob Ludwig (Led Zeppelin, Queen).

Springsteen has said that in this album he returns to the essences of rock: "It is an album of pure and authentic rock", with the mythical organic and direct sound characteristic of the band of his life of which Patti and Nils Lofgren are part , among others. Furthermore, he went on to say: "I love the album, I'm happy how the emotional part has been impressed on it. We recorded it in just five days and it turned out to be one of the best recording experiences I have had in my career. The sound of The E Street Band playing in my studio completely live and without re-recording is spectacular, something we've never done before".

We hope all fans of "El Boss" that the CD will be released soon. It is scheduled for sale in October.