LISTEN to Bruce Springsteen’s New Track ‘We Take Care of Our Own’
Yea, we do too. And we’re not liars.
The Boss released his new track via iTunes bright (OK, it’ actually still dark out) and early this morning and we wanted to make sure all of you got to enjoy it before heading off to work.
Make the JUMP to listen to Bruce’s newest single and get the track list from his upcoming album too!
Bruce is definitely going big in 2012 with a worldwide tour and brand new album. Along with the release of his latest single, “We Take Care of Our Own,” we also received more details regarding the album.
But before we get to that, take a listen to “We Take Care of Our Own”
Definitely sounds like The Boss, that’s for sure.
The single is available through iTunes for the low low price of $1.29 (Remember when music used to cost a nickel? No? OK.). The album, titled Wrecking Ball, is expected to be released March 6th, but can be pre-ordered now.
Wrecking Ball tracklist:
- 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)
As for the tour, well, US dates are yet to be announced, but Bruce will spend a good chunk of the summer overseas, so we can safely (or dangerously) assume he’ll be heading stateside at the end of the summer or in the fall.
But in case you plan on getting your passport stamped this Summer, check out the European tour dates:
- 05-13 Sevilla, Spain – Estadio Olimipco
- 05-17-18 Barcelona, Spain – Estadio Olimpico Lluis
- 05-25 Frankfurt, Germany – Commerzbank Arena
- 05-27 Cologne, Germany – Energie Stadion
- 05-28 Landgraf, Netherlands – Pink Pop
- 05-30 Berlin, Germany – Olympia Stadion
- 06-02 San Sebastian, Spain – Estadio Anoeta
- 06-03 Lisbon, Portugal – Rock in Lisbon
- 06-07 Milan, Italy – Stadio Meaza
- 06-10 Florence, Italy – Stadio Francesco
- 06-11 Trieste, Italy – Stadio Trieste
- 06-17 Madrid, Spain – Estadio Santago Bernabu
- 06-19 Montpellier, France – Park & Suites Arena
- 06-21 Sunderland, England – Stadium of Light
- 06-22 Manchester, England – Etihad Stadium
- 06-24 Isle of Wight – Isle of Wight Festival
- 07-04-05 Paris, France – Bercy
- 07-07 Roskilde, Denmark – Roskilde Festival
- 07-09 Zurich, Switzerland – Stadium Letzigrund
- 07-11 Prague, Czech Republic – Synot Tip Arena
- 07-12 Vienna, Austria – Ernst Happel Stadium
- 07-14 London, England – Hard Rock Calling
- 07-17-18 Dublin, Ireland – RDS
- 07-21 Oslo, Norway – Valle Hoven
- 07-23-24 Bergen, Norway – Koegen
- 07-27-28 Gothenburg, Sweden – Ullevi
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