Bruce Springsteen's new album Letter To You captures the incomparable power of performing in a rock band, marking the E Street Band's first time recording live together in decades on a collection centered around the unbreakable bonds formed by a life in music. Out today on Columbia Records, Letter To You is filled with the energy of a live show from Springsteen and the E Street Band as they return together for the first time since The River 2016 tour. The album's twelve tracks include material recently-written by Springsteen for the E Street Band, as well as new versions of legendary but previously unreleased compositions from the 1970s. Each serves as a tribute to the E Street Band, to rock music itself and to the role it has played in Springsteen's life.

Letter To You also arrives with a feature-length accompanying documentary titled Bruce Springsteen's Letter To You, which is out now exclusively through Apple TV+. The film, directed by Thom Zimny, features full performances from the E Street Band, in-studio footage and never-before-seen archival material. Throughout the documentary, Springsteen provides a deeper look into Letter To You, sharing the thoughts and feelings behind the record and putting the new music into the context of his entire body of work.

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