Rolling Stone has published in its website a very interesting article by Andy Greene in which Bruce himself gives details on how High Hopes came to be, and his immediate future plans. Greene talked to Tom Morello, Jon Landau and Bruce Springsteen, who said “The best way to describe this record is that’s its a bit of an anomaly. But not much. I don’t really work linearly like a lot of people do.”
Bruce is thinking about a U.S. tour for 2014, though it’s not set in stone yet: “We’re looking around now to see what we might do. I don’t want to say ‘yes’ because I don’t want to disappoint people, but I certainly don’t want to rule it out either. We’re looking closely since there’s places we missed on the last tour. We didn’t get to Texas, where I love to play. We didn’t get to Florida either. It might be fun to get back to some of those places.”
Later in the article, manager Jon Landau reveals work is being done on a River box set and remastering the first two albums. Great news indeed!
Read all the details on the Rolling Stone website.