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Darlene Love has unveiled the video for her new single, “Forbidden Nights”.

The song is taken from her new album, Introducing Darlene Love, which is released on September 18.

“Forbidden Nights” is written by Elvis Costello. The video features cameos from Costello, as well as Bruce Springsteen, Bill Murray, David Letterman, Joan Jett and Steven Van Zandt.

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Van Zandt also produced Introducing Darlene Love. The album contains two new Springsteen tracks, “Night Closing In” and “Just Another Lonely Mile” and as well as “Forbidden Nights”, Costello is additionally represented with a cover of “Still Too Soon To Know” from 1994’s Brutal Youth album.

The tracklisting for Introducing Darlene Love is:

Among The Believers (Stevie Van Zandt)
Forbidden Nights (Elvis Costello)
Love Kept Us Foolin Around (Linda Perry)
Little Liar (Desmond Child/Joan Jett)
Still Too Soon To Know (Elvis Costello)
Who Under Heaven (Jimmy Webb)
Night Closing In (Bruce Springsteen)
Painkiller (Michael Des Barres/Paul Ill)
Just Another Lonely Mile (Bruce Springsteen)
Last Time (Stevie Van Zandt)
River Deep, Mountain High (Phil Spector/Jeff Barry/Ellie Greenwich)
Sweet Freedom (Barry Mann/Cynthia Weil)
Marvelous (Walter Hawkins)
Jesus Is The Rock (That Keeps Me Rollin) (Stevie Van Zandt)

Meanwhile, Costello’s memoir, Unfaithful Music & Disappearing Ink, is due for publication on October 13.

According to a press release from the book’s publisher, Penguin, the career-spanning book will include his early years, work with The Attractions right up to his position “in the pantheon of elder statesmen musician/rockers”.

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The publisher’s promise the book will be “rich with anecdotes about family and fellow musicians, introspective about the creation of his famous songs.”

In other publishing news, Bruce Springsteen is the subject of a new photographic book, Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band 1975, by Barbara Pyle which published on October 31 by Reel Art Press.

Taken during the recording, rehearsing and touring of Born To Run, the publication of Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band 1975 will coincide with a London exhibition featuring photographs from the book.

The exhibition will open to the public from 13 October until November 28 at Snap Galleries, London.

The book captures the arc of Springsteen’s journey leading up to the release of Born To Run and the moment, in Pyle’s words, when “they became airborne”. Its release coincides with the fortieth anniversary of Born To Run.

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