The “Tonight Show” host and The Roots joined Sting for a socially-distanced performance of The Police’s 1980 hit song.
The album includes a duet with Australian star Sia entitled 'On,' a song which will be available both with and without her contribution.
The backdrop to the album's ten new songs was the death of Richard Swift, producer of the two hugely-acclaimed albums by Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats.
The star's fans are invited to gather round their devices on Thursday night, 9 January, the eve of 'Rare's official release.
Of her new record, Gomez said, "There's always going to be a sense of strong pop in my music, but I definitely explored more with electric guitar."
The single is the follow-up to the April release 'Knockin' Boots,' which became Bryan's 23rd career No. 1.
The emerging rocker previously made his US TV debut when he played a pair of tracks on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' in March.
The new track features on the fast-rising outfit's upcoming full-length album 'Fever Dream' out 26 July via Republic Records.
The much-acclaimed album was named after Malcolm Gladwell’s 2000 pop-sociology classic in which he explored how minor movements and behaviors can proliferate.
The Queen of Pop also indulged Fallon in a cha-cha lesson, inviting the entire studio audience to have a dance with her.
In the clip, Nick Jonas takes on vocal lead as Fallon snaps on a Casio keyboard and taps out the beat on a wood block.