The new version will feature on the Super Deluxe Box Set edition of the classic album, to be released on November 12.
Hi third LP with Island Records (A&M in the U.S), the record propelled the young singer-songwriter into superstardom in the early 1970s.
Twenty-five musicians in 12 countries, also including Baaba Maal and Rhiannon Giddens, take part in the new version of the 1971 anthem.
The lyrical honesty and varied instrumentation of the singer-songwriter makes for great songs that are far more complex than first meets the ear.
The new children’s book is being published in time to celebrate the iconic song’s 50th anniversary.
The new clip offers a poignant message of hope for 2021.
Dave Matthews, Jack Johnson, James Morrison, and Ron Sexsmith are among more than 30 artists performing songs from across the entire catalog of the revered English singer-songwriter.
A previously-unreleased live version of the song is also available today on streaming services.
UMC/Island will release 'Tea For The Tillerman' and 'Mona Bone Jakon' as 50th anniversary Super Deluxe Collector’s Edition box sets.
Clash, which premiered the video, said that it rivalled the cinematic idiosyncrasies of Wes Anderson.
Uncut describes the album as impassioned, while American Songwriter observes that the songs are as fresh as ever.
The song is accompanied by a striking stop-frame animated video from acclaimed director Chris Hopewell, Jacknife Films and Black Dog Films.
The newly-reimagined track will also feature on the upcoming 'Tea For The Tillerman²' album, due for release on September 18 via UMe.
The remake of the song will be on the artist's 'Tea for the Tillerman²' album, out on September 18 on UMC.
The allegorical, visually arresting animated clip, directed by Chris Hopewell, was made from recycled materials.