Back in 2014, Kate Bush played her first series of concerts in 35 years at London’s Hammersmith Apollo. Now she’s releasing a box set of the live recordings, Before the Dawn, on 25th November. The collection will be released under the moniker of The KT Fellowship instead of Bush’s name and is her second live LP since 1994’s Live at the Hammersmith Odeon.
The box set will be split into three CDs or 4 vinyls, and is compiled into three distinct sections. The first is a seven-song run of her greatest hits, followed by a selection of tracks from 1985’s Hounds of Love. The final section features songs from her 2005 record Aerial, as well as a new song, ‘Tawny Moon,’ performed by Bush’s son Bertie McIntosh. The collection will be the singer’s first release since 2011’s 50 Words for Snow.
Watch the video for 2005’s ‘King of the Mountain’ below.