The follow-up to the globally successful ‘Dancing With A Stranger’, ‘How Do You Sleep?’ was released on 19 July, through Capitol Records.
The track was recorded in 1973 and will feature on the 3CD + DVD package, to be released on 11 October.
On the bubbly new track, the US pop star reflects on the awkward moments that ex-lovers experience after breaking up.
"I think I’ve felt this freedom to start moving in a way that’s just more confident", the singer says of his love of dance in the short clip.
The full, rarities-packed collection is due on 11 October on Sailor/Capitol/UMe.
The new track is the follow-up to 'Dancing with a Stranger’, which amassed over 6 million copies with over one billion streams.
The group from Hawthorne signed their historic first contract with Capitol Records on 16 July 1962.
The new track is the much-anticipated follow-up to Smith and Normani's global smash 'Dancing With A Stranger'.
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Active in the local community since 1988, the charity assists and inspires homeless youth to build self-sufficient lives.
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