it is from her Before The Dawn live album

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Kate Bush releases the track “And Dream Of Sheep” tomorrow – Friday, November 18.

The track is taken from her forthcoming live album, Before The Dawn. It will be available to download from midnight on Friday morning.

Anyone who has pre-ordered the album Before The Dawn will receive an automatic download of “And Dream Of Sheep”.

Before The Dawn played for 22 sold-out nights at London’s Hammersmith Apollo in 2014. You can read Uncut’s review by clicking here.

The live album which captures the whole show over 3 CDs and 4x vinyl is available on November 25.

The CD and LP tracklisting for Before The Dawn are:

Disc One – Act One
Lily
Hounds Of Love
Joanni
Top Of The City
Never Be Mine
Running Up That Hill
King Of The Mountain

Disc Two – Act Two
Astronomer’s Call
And Dream Of Sheep
Under Ice
Waking The Witch
Watching Them Without Her
Watching You Without Me
Little Light
Jig Of Life
Hello Earth
The Morning Fog

Disc Three – Act Three
Prelude
Prologue
An Architect’s Dream
The Painter’s Link
Sunset
Aerial Tal
Somewhere In Between
Tawny Moon
Nocturn
Aerial
Among Angels
Cloudbusting

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Side One
Lily
Hounds Of Love
Joanni
Top Of The City

Side Two
Never Be Mine
Running Up That Hill
King Of The Mountain

Side Three
Astronomer’s Call
And Dream Of Sheep
Under Ice
Waking The Witch
Watching Them Without Her
Watching You Without Me

Side Four
Little Light
Jig Of Life
Hello Earth
The Morning Fog

Side Five
Prelude
Prologue
An Architect’s Dream
The Painter’s Link

Side Six
Sunset
Aerial Tal
Somewhere In Between
Tawny Moon

Side Seven
Nocturn
Aerial

Side Eight
Among Angels
Cloudbusting

The December 2016 issue of Uncut is now on sale in the UK – featuring our cover story on Pink Floyd, plus a free CD compiled by Lambchop’s Kurt Wagner that includes tracks by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Sleaford Mods, Yo La Tengo, Can. Elsewhere in the issue, there’s TheDamned, Julia Holter, Desert Trip, Midlake, C86, David Pajo, Nils Frahm and the New Classical, David Bowie, Tim Buckley, REM, Norah Jones, Morphine, The Pretenders and more plus 140 reviews

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