Bruce Springsteen Will Relocate To Australia If Trump Wins The Election

Lawrence Kim
October 17, 2020

In a private conference this week, Bruce Springsteen said he's keen to move down under. The legendary rockstar recently spoke to the Australian press and candidly said if the upcoming Presidential elections favour trump, he may not stay in America anymore.

According to Bruce loves everything about Australia, the people, geography, good times and we reckon he's grow fond of the footy, backyard BBQ's and Tim-Tams.

The first full trailer for the new documentary by The Boss was also released this week, Bruce Springsteen's letter to you (15th October). It's alway a treat to come. He replied, "If Trump is re-elected - which he will not, they're predicting right now he's going to lose - but if by some happenstance he should, I'll see you on the next plane".

The revered songwriter revealed several tracks on the new album were written on a guitar gifted to him by a mystery fan one night outside the stage door after a Springsteen on Broadway performance.

"I started playing the guitar because I was looking for someone to correspond with".

Springsteen also took motorcycle rides between the Gold Coast and Byron Bay on tour in Australia. "So I left it in my living room".

"How it happens, I don't know". I don't know if our democracy could stand another four years of his custodianship.

New music lifted from the 71-year-old's Letter to You album (set to drop on the same day as the documentary) will appear in the film, including 10 original recordings.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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