72 years young and still busy as ever: Bob Dylan continues to squeeze out new releases in between his relentless touring. His latest album, the follow-up to 2012’s Tempest, will arrive later this year, according to Rolling Stone. Based on a cryptic image posted on his website, the title could be Shadows in the Night.
In anticipation, he’s shared the first track, a cover of Frank Sinatra’s 1945 hit song “Full Moon and Empty Arms”. Dylan’s version remains pretty faithful to the original, though he does swap out the string section for guitars. The song is streaming in full via his website.
As for upcoming tour dates, Dylan begins a new European leg beginning June 16th. Click here to see the full tour docket.