Available now through Polydor Records, the album is the hotly-anticipated follow-up to 2020's UK chart-topping 'On Sunset'.
The band’s ‘Newborn’ and ‘Any Day Now’ Eps are also being released for Record Store Day in June.
Featuring Johnny Borrell, Andy Burrows, Carl Dalemo and Björn Ågren, this iteration of the band recorded their self-titled album from 2006 and follow-up, 'Slipway Fires.'
The spring 1966 extravaganza also starred Lulu and several other artists, all for a top price of 15 shillings.
Subject to UK government guidelines, this year's event will this year be held at the Eventim Apollo in London on September 9.
Despite its relatively jaunty, anthemic nature, the new song was written during a period of "deep personal loss".
The EP appeared on streaming services around 10pm GMT on Easter Sunday, 4 April.
The new track also features on Lovato’s new album, ‘Dancing With The Devil – The Art Of Starting Over’ - out today.
Originally released in 1997, 'Good Feeling' is set for vinyl reissue through Craft Recordings on April 2.
The fast-rising star has confirmed new shows in Brighton, Portsmouth, Leeds and a second date in Liverpool on October 19.
The band's third album contained ‘Life Is A Minestrone' and ‘I’m Not In Love' as part of an ambitious and sophisticated soundscape.
The fast-rising Dublin outfit's debut album, 'It Won't Always Be Like This' is set for release on July 16.
In winning the prize, the influential electronic music duo triumphed from a shortlist also including Tame Impala’s 'The Slow Rush'.
The book is described as a horror anthology that’s “a waystation for the soul”.
The singer said, "“I’m so sorry we can’t make the April tour work, it’s just not safe yet BUT we’ll see each other in December and I can’t wait!"