‘The song ‘Rushing Water’ is a fitting start to an album that seeks to bridge all of the petty differences that can separate us,’ says Sting.
‘I hope this album freaks you out, makes you cry, makes you laugh, and makes you feel a little less alone.’
The song premiered last month on BBC Radio 1.
The performance follows the similarly intense choreography found in the music video for the album’s title track.
‘I’ve always wanted to see the growth in my artistry and as a DJ I feel like there is a natural progression to wanting to create your own records.’
The specials supporting the duo’s second and final collaborative album will air on CBS, MTV and Paramount Plus.
For the visual, Lennox’s choice of icons includes Diana Ross, Donna Summer, and ‘every fine ass woman in the 2000s.’
The album arrives on September 10.
Honed over years of playing Las Vegas bars, ‘Night Visions’ introduced Imagine Dragons as one of the most exciting rock bands of the 2010s.
Eilish performs her album without a single audience member physically present – and yet her star power on stage shines just the same.
‘I invite you to dance to this album in celebration of young artists all over the world.’
Written and produced solely by Finneas, ‘The 90s’ finds the artist yearning for the accessibility of the past.
The 10-track album will be released on November 19 via A&M/Interscope/Cherrytree Records.
The album is set to be released on September 10.
‘gg bb, xx’ is out September 3.