The band’s step into eco-conscious clothing comes after frontman Matty Healy claimed that climate activist Greta Thunberg was snubbed by a lot of other big artists.
The new release also includes 'Time Won't Go Slowly' and new versions of ‘Open Your Eyes’ & ‘Chocolate’.
The new clip has been directed by Frank Lebon, who has also worked with ASAP Rocky, Skepta, FKA Twigs and Mount Kimbie.
The album contains all the tracks previously featured on the artist's EP 'Snacks' in addition to six new songs.
The new track follows the band's most recent album 'Wildness', their first studio set in seven years, which reached No. 2 in the UK album charts.
The new clip sees frontman Dan Smith singing from an old sofa while surrounded by a pile of unconscious bodies.
'Live From The Artists Den' is set for release on 26 July through UMC/Polydor.
Level 42 formed on the Isle of Wight and had a string of hits including ‘Lessons In Love’ and ‘Running In The Family.’
The eight-disc set contains all the Southern rockers' albums for the label from 1974-1980.
The album showcases Fender's guitar-fuelled indie rock style and was made at his self-built warehouse studio in North Shields in north-east England.
The song is one of the key tracks from the band's much-acclaimed second album, 'YOUNG & DANGEROUS'.
Talk Talk's holy trinity 'The Colour Of Spring', 'Spirit Of Eden' and 'Laughing Stock' are all widely regarded as modern classics.
Co-written with Ed Sheeran, 'Shine A Light' is also the title of Adams' new album, released on 1 March.
The 2LP set from Polydor/UMe, first released in 1988, adds three tracks for the first time and other JB collectables.
The new track is also the titular song from the Grammy-winning artist's new album, released by Polydor on 1 March.