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Springsteen Confirms New Album in Works

posted Jun 24, 2013, 5:18 AM by Brandon Thompson   [ updated Jun 28, 2013, 4:31 PM ]
Bruce Springsteen told Rolling Stone Magazine that he has been in the studio. "I have stuff I'm working on that I'm very happy about," said Springsteen. "I hate to say it, because I don't like to be wrong but I have a lot of material, I still feel like I'm in the middle of the well." Bruce also did say that he and Tom Morello were in the studio during an off day in Australia. Bruce goes on to talk about how this is really the first time he was in the studio while in the middle of the tour. I'm trying to remember if Working on a Dream was recorded during the 2008 leg of the Magic tour. I can't remember, but Bruce's says this is the first time. Springsteen didn't say too much about the new material or the songs he is writing for it. The interesting part though is that Rolling Stone says that Bruce was certain that the momentum from his year-long touring with The E Street Band will carry over into his next work! This means that E Street will indeed be back at it again in the studio and most likely a new tour as well. Good news there! "It's ongoing. A week or two after stopping, I'm in the studio working, making a demo. You stop the performing for a while, because this level of intensity...you need a break from it." That doesn't sound all that great if you are hoping for a U.S. tour this summer/fall/winter. It sounds like Bruce is taking a break for a while, focusing on the new album. Who knows? The North American rumors have been flying around recently. It sounds like the band will take a break for sure no matter where the tour ends. If it is a while though, you would think one last run in the states. The best news of today: the next album will be an E Street album!
 
Here is a snippet of the article:

Springsteen wouldn't divulge any more specifics on the new album or the songs he is writing for it. But he was certain that the momentum from his year-long touring with the E Street Band will carry over into his next work. "It's ongoing," insisted Springsteen, who has one more confirmed show after the European tour, on September 21st at Rock in  Rio in Brazil. "A week or two later, after stopping, I'm in the studio working, making a demo. You stop the performing for awhile, because this level of intensity. . . You need a break from it."

"But this has been a great, tremendously rewarding period of our time together," Springsteen said. "This has been the best ten, twelve years we've ever had."

 
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