Bruce Springsteen's highly-anticipated new album, "High Hopes", won't officially arrive until January 14. However, fans can enjoy the entire songs off the 64-year-old singer's 18th studio effort soon as they will be available for streaming on CBS' website from January 5 through January 13.
CBS will also use three of Springsteen's new tracks in the January 12 episode of their legal drama, "The Good Wife". The episode entitled "We, the Juries" will feature the songs "High Hopes", "Hunter of Invisible Game" and "The Ghost of Tom Joad", according to Rolling Stone.
"We love using music in 'The Good Wife', and we always have the music inform the action and the cutting," said Robert King and Michelle King, executive producers and creators of the series, in a press release. "So when the Bruce Springsteen songs became available, we couldn't believe our luck. We wished we could use the whole album."
"High Hopes" is mostly a collection of covers and unreleased songs from the past decade. Springsteen and The E Street Band, along with Tom Morello, recorded the album over the past year between shows on their world tour. Last week, the record accidentally leaked on Amazon.