The forthcoming album on Reprise Records from TOM PETTY AND THE HEARTBREAKERS, Hypnotic Eye, is now available for pre-order at iTunes and on TomPetty.com. If you pre-order the album in any format from either of these outlets or are a member of the band’s Highway Companions Club, you will receive downloads of five tracks from the album in advance of the July 29th release date. Three of those tracks will be delivered immediately with one more to follow on both June 24 and July 15. The initial advance tracks include “American Dream Plan B” and “U Get Me High.”
Many shows on Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers’ 2014 North American Tour, featuring very special guest Steve Winwood, are now onsale, with shows at Clarkston, MI’s DTE Energy Music Theatre and Morrison, CO’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre going on sale soon. Every ticket on the tour includes the new album, Hypnotic Eye.
Hypnotic Eye was recently described by Rolling Stone magazine as “maximum rock & roll” and “a decisive return to the concise Sixties-rock classicism of his first great New Wave era albums.”more...
Hypnotic Eye will be available in the following formats:
– 180 gram 2-LP Vinyl (inclusive of an extra track from the album sessions)
– 140 gram 1-LP Vinyl
– High-definition Blu-ray Audio Disc(inclusive of an extra track from the album sessions)
– Digital Download in MP3 or FLAC Formats
– Standard CD
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