Bruce Springsteen posts 'We Take Care Of Our Own' video online – watch

The first single from 'Wrecking Ball' is out now

Bruce Springsteen posts 'We Take Care Of Our Own' video online – watch

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Bruce Springsteen has posted the video for his current single 'We Take Care of Our Own' online.

The black and white video sees the song's lyrics subtitled over images of Springsteen playing guitar on a rooftop and in an empty venue. Towards the end, the video bursts into colour. Scroll down to watch.

Springsteen will release his 17th studio album 'Wrecking Ball' on March 5. He will then tour the UK this summer, playing shows at Sunderland's Stadium of Light, Manchester's Etihad Stadium, Isle Of Wight Festival in June and London Hard Rock Calling in July.

Earlier today it was announced that Clarence Clemons' nephew Jake will be taking over from his uncle as their The E Street Band's touring saxophonist. Clemons passed away in June last year after suffering a stroke.

According to a post on Springsteen's official Facebook page Facebook.com/Brucespringsteen Jack Clemons is set to share sax duties with long-time member Eddie Manion on the band's new tour.



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