“A hearty thank you to our friends and fans who supported us on the High Hopes leg of our World Tour. Our South African and Australian/New Zealand shows were a particular highlight, but a big shout out has to go to our American fans who brought us down the home stretch.
The past 2 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.
– Bruce Springsteen”
I love “Hunter Of Invisible Game, it is an awesome song, but man he is so sincerely he fucking scares me and on this video, co-directed by Springsteen and collaborator Thom Zimny (he directed the dreaded “Hih Hopes” documentary), you wish somebody would fucking hunt something. The first three minutes are deadly and the sight of bruce with his shirt off had me rolling my eyes so far back it was giving me a headache even though the music is really quite lovely.
I am not sure if it is Bruce is fault he is an egotistical monster but jeez he sure is one here. It is too serious even for a really serious song. And, well, the way the actors stare at him around the 7:24 mark turns my stomach.
See for yourself
It’s the music, stupid
a restless and fearless freak show
Eminem and Calvin couldn’t move Bey
summer’s entertainment is rewarded
compares the end of a romance to the end of life
House pure and simple
lays down his claim to being a giant
Elvis Costello And The Imposters and Nick Lowe And Los Straightjackets At The Rooftop At Pier 17, Thursday, August 11th, 2022
embraces the moment with a big smile