Bruce Springsteen has always been a man of the people, and in the new music video for "We Take Care of Our Own," his selfless message is given new poignance as the song literally spreads light across the United States -- or, at least, New Jersey.
With subtitles appearing to help Boss fans sing along to his latest anthem, Springsteen is seen rocking out in an abandoned warehouse and lamenting the fact that "There ain't no help, the cavalry stayed home." Black-and-white images of gritty Americana soon morph into Technicolor, and in the final shot of the video, Springsteen is shown walking amongst the people he's no doubt inspired.
"We Take Care Of Our Own," the first single from Springsteen's 17th studio effort "Wrecking Ball," was released last month, and currently sits at No. 46 on the Rock Songs chart. Produced by Ron Aniello, "Wrecking Ball" will be Mar. 6 on Columbia Records.
After Springsteen and the E Street Band perform at the Grammy Awards this Sunday night, the veteran rock crew will kick off an extensive U.S. tour on Mar. 18 on Atlanta. On Thursday, it was announced that Jake Clemons, the nephew of the late Clarence Clemons, will be sharing saxophone duties on the tour.