E Street band member, Bruce Springsteen is back with a new song titled “Tucson Train” and he goes solo on this one that has got everyone talking since it dropped.
Bruce Springsteen is preparing for the release of his “Western Stars” project and while doing tours, has also been releasing one or two of the songs expected to be part of the coming project and “Tucson Train” is one of those.
The LP that is expected to drop on June 14 has already seen songs like “There Goes My Miracle” and “Hello Sunshine” released in the past and as the date of release gets closer, the last of the previewed songs has dropped and it is a delight to have a brief glimpse of it to show what to expect from the entire album.
“Western Stars” which is expected to be Bruce Springsteen‘s 19th studio LP is already a winner too as one of the songs already released from the project, “Hello Sunshine” was listed by Esquire as one of the best songs of 2019 which can only be a good thing for the entire album as a whole.
Speaking about motivation for the project as well as struggles, Bruce Springsteen said: “I have come close enough to [mental illness] where I know I am not completely well myself. I’ve had to deal with a lot of it over the years, and I’m on a variety of medications that keep me on an even keel; otherwise I can swing rather dramatically and . . . just . . . the wheels can come off a little bit. So we have to watch, in our family. I have to watch my kids, and I’ve been lucky there. It ran in my family going way before my dad.”
He gave all of himself on “Tucson Train” as he did on the rest and we can’t wait for the “Western Stars” project to drop and we recommend listening right away. To listen, stream and share your comments in the comments section.