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    Bruce Springsteen had already made it exciting and announced a surprise for September 29 at 4 p.m. Now the cat is out of the bag: The song “Do I Love You (Indeed I Do)” was an up-tempo declaration of love that heralds the upcoming album “Only the Strong Survive”.

    Here’s the accompanying video that just premiered:

    Earlier, in a video announcement, Bruce Springsteen spoke about his renewed collaboration with director Thom Zimny, who created the video for Frank Wilson’s song “Do I Love You (Indeed I Do)”. He also revealed that it will be the first song from Springsteen’s new album, which will be released on November 11th.

    Bruce Springsteen: New album with 15 soul hits

    Shortly after “Letter to You” and during the Corona period, the musician holed up in his studio to play songs that he didn’t write but always wanted to record. An album was finished, but was rejected once more. At the second attempt, a topic came up that Bruce Springsteen wanted to devote more attention to. It should be about the singing in particular. This can also be seen in the video, in which the artist deliberately does not hold a guitar in his hand. Apparently he surprised himself with this, because in the course of the work he realized: “My voice is the killer. I’m 73 years old and I’ve got it.” Soul music and gospel inspired him.

    The result is an album with new interpretations of songs by great American artists. “I wanted to make an album where I just sing. And what better music to work with than the Great American Songbook of the ’60s and ’70s? I’ve been inspired by Levi Stubbs, David Ruffin, Jimmy Ruffin, Iceman Jerry Butler, Diana Ross, Dobie Gray and Scott Walker, among others. I have tried to do justice to all of them and the fabulous authors of this glorious music. My goal is for young audiences to experience its beauty and joy as I experienced it when I first heard the music. I hope you enjoy listening to the album as much as I loved creating it.”

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