Watch Bob Seger Honor His Hometown, Hot Rods in 'Detroit Made' Video

The singer travels to the annual Woodward Dream Cruise to find the some of his hometown's coolest cars

Next month, Bob Seger will be releasing Ride Out, his first LP since 2006's Face the Promise. "I feel really good about this record," he said in a statement. "This album touches on how I think a lot of us feel about finding our place in a more complicated world – from how we appreciate things as simple and pure as love, to navigating through the corruption and violence that permeates the news."

Above, watch the music video for the record's lead single, "Detroit Made," a John Hiatt-penned tribute to the singer's hometown and the cars that it has produced. Shot largely at Detroit's Woodward Dream Cruise, a hot rod parade that passes through the city on the third Saturday of every August, the video features footage of classic rides owned by other Michigan natives.

Ride Out will feature 10 new songs (13 on the deluxe edition), including covers of "California Stars," a Woody Guthrie song that first appeared on Wilco and Billy Bragg's Mermaid Avenue and Steve Earle's "The Devil's Right Hand." Out October 14th, it can be pre-ordered here.