The Fleetwood Mac star posted a new teaser video on Aug. 22 at her official Facebook page. The 16-second clip provides the chorus segment for this mid-tempo rocker, which features a simple bass, drums, keyboard, harmony vocal arrangement, highlighting Nick's sultry vocal delivery.
The retro-80s sound springs from the song's origins. It evolved from a 5:40 minute demo the two-time Grammy winner created in 1982 during the "Wild Hearts" sessions, that never made it to the album.
The diminutive songstress rearranged and re-recorded the demo in the studio and has included it among 14 songs on "24 Karat Gold." The album is a collection of self-penned songs, which the pop diva recorded over the years, but never released on an album. Co-produced by Nicks along with ex-Eurythmics co-frontman Dave Stewart and longtime Nick's bandmember and session guitarist Waddy Wachtel, the tracks were newly recorded in Nashville and mixed in Los Angeles.
Nicks previously previewed four other tracks from the album earlier this month, including "The Dealer," "If You were My Love," "Mabel Normand" and "Belle Fleur." "24 Karat Gold" is available for pre-order and will be released Oct. 7 on the Reprise label. Click here for more information.
Nicks will hit the road this fall with the reunited Fleetwood Mac classic line-up, which will include the newly rejoined Christine McVie. The tour kicks off the tour in on Sept. 20 in Minneapolis, Minneapolis, at Target Centre and wraps up Dec. 14 in Dallas, Texas, at American Airlines Centre. For more information, click here.
Did you know? 24 Karat Gold: Songs from the Vault is Stevie Nicks 10th solo album and a follow up to her highly successful 2011 studio album In Your Dreams.