Bob Seger‘s new album is coming this fall. The rocker will release “Ride Out,” his follow up to 2006’s “Face The Promise,” on October 14th. And Bob says he’s happy with the disc. He explains that the material “sums up a lot of feelings” he has about personal and current social issues. Seger is also confident he’s tapped the viewpoint of his audience. He says the songs reflect how “we appreciate things as simple and pure as love, to navigating through the corruption and violence that permeates the news.”
Bob has unveiled one track from the album, a cover of John Hiatt’s “Detroit Made.” Fans who saw Seger in concert last year might be familiar with two other songs as well. Bob played the tracks “All of the Roads” and “California Stars” on his 2013 tour.
It appears U2 fans will have a new album before it’s time to break out the new calendar. Despite rumors saying the Irish rockers were pushing the release to 2015, a spokesman for the band tells “Rolling Stone” they’ve “always said an album is expected this year.” The statement seems to be consistent with Bono and company’s reported increase in activity lately. They supposedly shot a new music video in France the other week, and the “Irish Times” quotes a source who says a new single will be out in September. The same source adds that U2’s follow-up to 2009’s “No Line on the Horizon” could be released later that month or in October.
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