Billy Joel is back with “Turn the Lights Back On,” his first new song in nearly two decades. Stream the single via its accompanying lyric video below.
Released on his longtime label home at Columbia Records, the track was co-written with Arthur Bacon, Wayne Hector, and Freddy Wexler, the latter of whom also served as a producer. “Turn the Lights Back On” is also available on a limited 7-inch vinyl pressing; get yours here.
Joel’s last pop release was 1993’s River of Dreams, followed by the classical collection Fantasies & Delusions in 2001. His last standalone single, 2007’s “All My Life,” reached No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot Singles Sales chart.
Up next, Joel is slated to perform at this Sunday’s Grammy Awards for the first time in 22 years. After that, he’ll mark the end of his long-running residency at Madison Square Garden with his 150th show on July 25th.
Joel will also be performing a number of other tour dates throughout the year, including co-headlining shows with Stevie Nicks and Sting. Get tickets to all of the Piano Man’s upcoming concerts here.
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