Bruce Springsteen had been teasing what seemed like a new album, and now that album is officially announced. As rumored, it's called Western Stars, and it's due out June 14 via Columbia. It's his first in five years.

There was also speculation that the album would be orchestral after author and Springsteen blogger Stan Goldstein pointed out that Rolling Stone writer Brian Hiatt's new book Bruce Springsteen: The Stories Behind the Songs said "The Wrecking Ball songs arrived in the wake of another, less visceral, more orchestral set of tracks ("Grand Canyon music," as Springsteen described the still-unreleased project to one musician)." Hiatt added that the quote referred to a "long-in-the-works solo album," and in a statement, Springsteen said, "This record is a return to my solo recordings featuring character-driven songs and sweeping, cinematic orchestral arrangements." "It’s a jewel box of a record," he added. Springsteen co-produced the album with with Ron Aniello, and it features Jon Brion on celeste, Moog and farfisa, vocals by Patti Scialfa, early E Street Band keyboardist David Sancious (who played on the first three albums), later-period E Street Band members Charlie Giordano and Soozie Tyrell, and strings, horns, and pedal steel by over 20 musicians.

First single "Hello Sunshine" will be released tonight at midnight. Check out the full tracklist below.

1. Hitch Hikin’
2. The Wayfarer
3. Tucson Train
4. Western Stars
5. Sleepy Joe’s Café​
6. Drive Fast (The Stuntman)
7. Chasin’ Wild Horses
8. Sundown
9. Somewhere North of Nashville
10. Stones
11. There Goes My Miracle
12. Hello Sunshine
13. Moonlight Motel

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