February 20, 2012


Hear Bruce Springsteen's New Song "Easy Money"

Kevin Winter
Kevin Winter

It's Presidents Day, so naturally Bruce Springsteen, the President of Rock 'n' Roll (work with us here; it's a holiday) has released a new track from his upcoming Wrecking Ball album. But even better news: The Boss, via Consequence of Sound, is dropping a new song every weekday from now until Friday, March 2.

Today, we've got "Easy Money," an Irish folk ditty that, we assume, will be what Dubliners now blast at 3 a.m. The track incorporates gospel elements—a booming choir anchors the song—with lines like, "Put on your red dress for me, now, honey/We're going on the town now, looking for easy money."

Wrecking Ball comes out March 6, but NJ.com, presumably Springsteen's go-to news site each morning, has the full schedule for those of you who just can't wait.

Tues., Feb. 21: "Shackled and Drawn"
Wed., Feb 22: "Jack of All Trades"
Thurs., Feb. 23: "Death to My Hometown"
Fri., Feb. 24: "This Depression"
Mon., Feb. 27: "Wrecking Ball"
Tues., Feb. 28: "You've Got It"
Wed., Feb. 29: "Rocky Ground"
Thurs., March 1: "Land of Hope and Dreams"
Fri., March 2: "We Are Alive"