There are rumblings that a new Bruce Springsteen project might be dropping soon. The usually reliable Asbury Park Press reported that Springsteen's producer Ron Aniello's cryptic Instagram movie post on August 21st, showing a storm about to hit the ocean, stating, “It's coming. . . “ may be the sign that a release is imminent.
Fans have been buzzing on the Internet and in private hubs regarding and archival set that Springsteen has been supposedly working on with both Aniello and longtime collaborator and legendary engineer Bob Clearmountain. Most fans are of the mind that Springsteen is either working on the long-awaited Tracks 2 collection or the now overdue 35th anniversary Born In The U.S.A. box set — with a likely scenario emerging that Springsteen might just be working on both.
Last month, Patti Scialfa — who's also recording with Aniello at the Springsteen's Colt's Neck recording Studio told Rolling Stone: “We’ve been sharing a studio, and Bruce has just been so prolific lately that it’s hard for me to get in there. He’s always like, 'I have to go do this thing and that thing.'” That same month, Springsteen was seen being photographed by Danny Clinch in and around Asbury Park, New Jersey at various iconic spots including the Wonder Bar and outside the Carousel building while sitting in his Camaro SS convertible.