Bruce Springsteen debuts short film for 'Hunter Of Invisible Game' – watch

Singer shares 10-minute video

Bruce Springsteen debuts short film for 'Hunter Of Invisible Game' – watch

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Bruce Springsteen has debuted a 10-minute short film for his track 'Hunter Of Invisible Game'.

The video for the song, which was included on the singer's last studio album 'High Hopes', was directed by Thom Zimny and stars Springsteen himself as he journeys through the wilderness.

Writing on his website, Springsteen said: "The past two plus years and nearly 170 shows have been a life changer. Thanks to you, we have dwelled deep within the transformative power of rock 'n’ roll. You’ve helped us bring a new and revitalized E St. Band into being. We take this break with a sense of joy, renewed purpose and filled with the spirit to bring you our best in the future. We’ve still got a few surprises for you.

"For a long part of the year, Thom Zimny and I have been talking about shooting a short film for 'Hunter Of Invisible Game'. We’ve finally got the job done, and we think it’s one of our best. Thanks Thom for the hard work and brotherly collaboration. You and your crew bring it all. And to all of you out there in E St. Nation, we hope you enjoy! See ya up the road."

'High Hopes' was Springsteen's 18th studio album and was released in January of this year. The LP was comprised of a mixture of out-takes, covers and reworked old songs taken from his extensive back catalogue and went on to become his tenth UK Number One album.


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