Rick Springfield’s new release featuring Matt Bissonette
The new album from Rick Springfield, Songs for the End of the World, will be released October 9.
Matt Bissonette co-wrote and also co-produced the record, which will be available on all digital retailers on Tuesday, October 9.
Songs for the End of the World is the brand new studio album by one of music’s most enduring legends, Rick Springfield. Filled with personal lyrics and giant hooks, it’s a pop rock tour de force proving once again that there’s always been more to Rick Springfield than his 17 top 40 hits and his signature #1 hit Jessie’s Girl.
Highlights on the new album include the vintage three-chord rock of I Hate Myself, the anthemic Our Ships Sinking, the mid-tempo ballad You & Me, and the album opening rocker Wide Awake.
As a special bonus for fans, each album version will feature access to unique digital, cloud-based bonus content such as bonus videos, collectable acoustic tracks, photo galleries and more that can be accessed by scanning an image inside the CD booklet using the free Rick Interactive App.
Springfield also enlisted his legions of loyal fans via social media to submit videos of themselves singing the chorus of I Hate Myself. All of these vocal contributions have been included in the final mix of the track on the album, and fans names are included in the CD booklet. In addition, a 30-minute version of I Hate Myself, which includes individual fan submitted vocals, will be included with the digital bonus content.
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