Bruce Springsteen Tops Chart In 11 Countries With “Letter To You”

Bruce Springsteen Tops Chart In 11 Countries With “Letter To You” | I Love Classic Rock Videos

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“Letter To You” is greeted with massive success in eleven countries as Bruce Springsteen tops their charts with the new song.

The Boss’ brand new song debuted on Number 1 in the following countries: UK, Ireland, New Zealand, Australia, along with European countries like Austria, Italy, Belgium, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, and Switzerland. His 2oth studio project also nabbed second place in the following places: US, Canada, Finland, and Germany – all in its opening week.

In the US, Springsteen also enjoyed the top spot on the Billboard 200’s Albums Chart, Top Rock Albums chart, and the Vinyl Albums and Tastemaker Albums charts.

Springsteen recorded “Letter To You” with longtime collaborators, the E Street Band, in the span of five days last year at his home studio. The new album also comes with nine recent compositions and revamped recordings of three previously unreleased classics from the ’70s: “Janey Needs A Shooter”, “If I was The Priest”, and “Song For The Orphans”.

The recording sessions were well documented in a feature-length film titled “Bruce Springsteen’s Letter To You”, and was released by Apple Original Films and was premiered on Apple TV+ along with the album release on October 23.

Director Thom Zimny takes the helm for the documentary, which features full performances of the E Street Band along with in-studio footage and rare archival material.