His special guests include King Princess, Dermot Kennedy and Tate McRae.
The four albums are the band's 1969 self-titled debut set, the 1970 follow-up 'Mad Shadows' and their two studio sets of 1971, 'Wildlife' and 'Brain Capers.'
Cullum says: "I wanted a video that communicated the feeling of life’s experiences playing out in your mind like a surreal slideshow of an unremembered past.”
On its initial release, the album topped the UK chart, peaked at No. 14 on North America’s Billboard 200 and moved over 3 million copies worldwide.
The 1977 song had earlier been given by Stevens to British soul-pop talent Linda Lewis, an artist he went on to produce.
Cullum's new album is set for global release on 7 June, through Blue Note in the US and Island Records elsewhere.
With career album sales of ten million to his name, Cullum's new studio record represents a striking new direction.
'That’s Not True,’ is the Jamaican-born, Florida-based artist's first original music release since 2017.
First released on 8 May 1984, it's the bestselling reggae album of all time, with worldwide sales of a staggering 28 million.
The collection features all of the British band's groundbreaking work between 1967 and 1974.
The new song follows hot on the heels of Sean Paul’s recent smash ‘Mad Love’ ft. Becky G, produced by David Guetta.
'Almost (Sweet Music)' features on Hozzier's new album, 'Wasteland, Baby!', which was released through Island Records on 1 March.
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 Marley Family, Island Records and UMe have shared a new clip inspired by the enduring track.
Reacting to the news, the band said: "A real thanks to the fans who have stayed with us for all this time. We all share in this, thank you.”
Produced by Dennis Bovell, 'Cut' was originally released in September 1979 and it remains a post-punk touchstone.