Singer Gary Lightbody has described the track as “the purest love song” he has ever written.
The fast-rising Scottish singer will perform his main Glastonbury 2019 set tomorrow, 29 June, over on The Other Stage.
The soundtrack to the film will be released simultaneously on 5 July 2019.
The event will be broadcast on BBC One between 8pm and 11.40pm (BST) this evening.
The collection is a treasure trove of 41 live performances from appearances on BBC radio and television between 1967 and 1970.
The tour will launch in November 2019 and see the fast-rising Norwegian pop star performing at London’s Eventim Apollo and 3Arena in Dublin.
The six, orchestrally-assisted concerts will take place in Bournemouth, Cardiff, London, Oxford, Harrogate and Manchester.
The original recording had long been discarded by the BBC.
The Grammy-winning star's new track is an original song that will serve as the theme to the forthcoming animated mini-series.
The pioneering archival Facebook Live broadcast is happening right now.
‘Overtime’ is Ware’s first release in a year and the follow up to her critically-embraced third album, 'Glasshouse'.
The track is the first new music from the band since they released 2015's 'Born In The Echoes'.
This version of 'Green' highlight 'Orange Crush' was recorded live for Mark and Lard on BBC Radio 1 and first broadcast on 15 October 2003.
The multi-disc collection contains a wealth of rare and unreleased live and studio recordings culled from the BBC and band archives.
'David Bowie: The First Five Years' is in production and will reportedly premiere during 2019.