Bruce Springsteen Announces Fall Tour, Free Download of New Single


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The New Jersey rocker (who’s seemingly a bigger influence than ever lately) has announced his first tour with the E Street Band in four years, set to kick off in October, in Hartford, Connecticut. Their new album, Magic, is out October 4th, but they’re offering the first single free for a week from iTunes (and various other websites who’ve taken the initiative). “Radio Nowhere” is a driving, reverby, uptempo number, kind of like “Jenny (867-5309)” except about 100 times ballsier. The UK Guardian says it’s like “Springsteen singing Interpol,” and while I’m not sure I’d go that far, it’s pretty good. Download it from iTunes or grab an mp3 from the Guardian.

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