Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers unveil new song, “Forgotten Man”

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers have unveiled a new song, "Forgotten Man". The song can be found on their website here. The interactive site is modelled after an old car radio; turn it on and use your mouse to flip through the stations. "Forgotten Man" can be found between 104 and 100. The song appears on their new album, Hypnotic Eye, which is released on July 29 via Reprise Records. You can also find four other previously released songs from the album on the website.

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Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers have unveiled a new song, “Forgotten Man”.

The song can be found on their website here.

The interactive site is modelled after an old car radio; turn it on and use your mouse to flip through the stations. “Forgotten Man” can be found between 104 and 100.

The song appears on their new album, Hypnotic Eye, which is released on July 29 via Reprise Records.

You can also find four other previously released songs from the album on the website.

U Get Me High” starts between 300 and 280 on the dial, “Red River” is between 260 and 240, “American Dream Plan B” can be found between 240 and 220 and “Fault Lines” plays on 220.

The tracklisting for Hypotic Eye is:

American Dream Plan B
Fault Lines
Red River
Full Grown Boy
All You Can Carry
Power Drunk
Forgotten Man
Son of My Youth
U Get Me High
Burnt Out Town
Shadow People



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