Stream Bruce Springsteen’s New Album, ‘High Hopes’

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By Shannon Carlin

If you watched last night’s (Jan. 5) episode of  The Good Wife on CBS, you got a sneak peek of Bruce Springsteen’s new album, High Hopes. It’s not officially out until Jan. 14, but that doesn’t mean you have to wait a whole week to hear it in its entirety.

Starting today (Jan. 6), fan can stream the entire album via

High Hopes is Springsteen’s first album since 2012’s Wrecking Ball and features several songs that have turned up in other capacities over the years, including his controversial “American Skin (41 Shots),” which he first started playing in 2000 following the death of Amadou Diallo, and the title track, which he previously recorded it for 1996’s Blood Brothers EP.

The album not only features the E Street Band — who will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame this April — but Tom Morello playing guitar on eight tracks.

On Dec. 28, the album leaked after it went up for sale via Amazon’s mobile site, allowing fans to buy each of the 12-track on the record individually two weeks early. Amazon took the album off the market shortly after realizing it was available to buy early.

Good Wife fans will get a chance to hear more music from The Boss’ latest album on the series’ Jan. 12 episode.

Bruce Springsteen High Hopes album cover

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