Bruce Springsteen: New album in October with legendary E Street Band

Bruce Springsteen returns for his latest album "Letter To You" with his E Street Band, which he founded around 45 years ago.

Bruce Springsteen (70, "Dancing in the Dark") presents his 20th studio album with "Letter To You". The official video for the new album with twelve tracks, including three previously unknown from the 1970s, has now been published on YouTube.

Springsteen recorded the album with his legendary E Street Band in his home studio in New Jersey, which he founded 45 years ago. The "Boss" recorded it live in just five days. "It turned out to be one of the greatest recording experiences I've ever had," said Springsteen.

Fans hope for political statements

The fans of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member, who has won 20 Grammys and an Oscar, are hoping for a political statement from the new album. Springsteen's 9/11 song "The Rising" was played at the US Democratic nomination convention on August 17th.

The singer also released a political video for the almost 20-year-old song in mid-August: It shows scenes from the presidency of Republican Donald Trump – and, as a contrast, the Democratic politicians Joe Biden and Kamala Harris and Barack Obama.