High Hopes is a surreal comedy, set in the South Wales valleys. It follows the ups and downs of four people from the wrong side of the tracks as they form themselves into an unlikely but close-knit family group - Fagin, Mam, Hoffman and Charlie.
Runtime: 30 minutes
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High Hopes is the 18th studio album by American recording artist Bruce Springsteen, released January 14, 2014, on Columbia Records. The album was Springsteen's 11th #1 album in the United States, placing him third all-time for most No. 1 albums only behind The Beatles and Jay-Z. It was his tenth No. 1 in the UK, putting him joint fifth all-time and level with The Rolling Stones and U2. Rolling Stone named it the second-best album of 2014 on their year-end list. The album features Springsteen's regular backing band, the E Street Band, plus guitarist Tom Morello. Contributions from deceased E Street Band members Clarence Clemons and Danny Federici are also included. Co-produced by Ron Aniello, Brendan O'Brien and Springsteen, the album was preceded by the single “High Hopes,” and is a collection of cover songs, out-takes and re-imagined versions of tracks from past albums, EPs and tours. A music video for “Just Like Fire Would” was released January 22, 2014. A music video for “The Wall” was aired during the 2014 HBO special, Bruce Springsteen's High Hopes. On July 9, 2014, Springsteen released a short film for “Hunter of Invisible Game” which marked his directorial debut. Springsteen said that the new music was “some of our best unreleased material from the past decade” and among the best of his writing and deserved a proper studio recording. In April 2014, Springsteen released American Beauty, a four-track EP of songs that did not make the final cut of High Hopes.
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