The duo have announced US, UK and European shows in the summer of 2022 in support of their new album, ‘Raise The Roof’.
The pair will present a livestream, major interviews and a listening party for ‘Raise The Roof.’
The track’s appearance coincided with the conclusion of the COP26 Climate Change Conference in Glasgow.
The new track is Plant and Krauss' version of the song written by the late and revered British folk frontiersman.
The show will be part of next year's American Express presents BST Hyde Park extravaganza, taking place over two weekends in June and early July.
The 2007 album was hailed around the world as a creative high point in the long and distinguished careers of Robert Plant and Alison Krauss.
‘Raise The Roof’ is out November 19.
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The track is taken from Keating's 'Twenty Twenty' album, which came out last July.
The 2013 album will be available in black and limited opaque red vinyl versions on April 9.
The EP marks the fifth anniversary of the release of the Grammy-nominated album.