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Bruce Springsteen drops third track from his album 'Western Stars'


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American singer-songwriter Bruce Springsteen dropped the third track 'Tuscon Train' from his upcoming album 'Western Stars'.
The three-minute thirty-seven-second song is directed by Thom Zimny who had also directed 'Springsteen on Broadway', a Netflix special, Variety reported.
'Tuscon Train' is a totally monochrome song which features a number of musicians. His wife and singer Patti Scialfa is also a part of the song. The album is scheduled to release on June 14.
The singer is also looking forward to E Street Band album and has already started writing songs for the same. He plans to tour for the aforementioned album.
Earlier on May 17, the 'Dancing in The Dark' singer released the second track 'There Goes My Miracle' from the album. The song matched the spirit of late-1960s pop songs by Glen Campbell, Burt Bacharach to name a few.
In an interview given to Variety in 2017, the singer said 'Western Stars' took years to complete and added, "That album is influenced by Southern California pop music of the '70s: Glen Campbell, Jimmy Webb, Burt Bacharach, those kinds of records. I don't know if people will hear those influences, but that was what I had in my mind."
"It gave me something to hook an album around; it gave me some inspiration to write. And also, it's a singer-songwriter record," he added.
'Hello Sunshine' was the first track from the album which the singer dropped on April 25.

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First Published: May 30 2019 | 8:26 PM IST

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