Sing it from the rooftops - there's a brand-new track from U2 landing today!
Some might say it's a life-saver - certainly, it's the first new music since 2019, and you can listen to 'Your Song Saved My Life' by U2 here and now.
The band wrote it for the eagerly anticipated movie Sing 2, which premieres in the US on December 22, and features Bono making his animated film debut as the (ahem) reluctant and reclusive rock-legend lion, Clay Calloway.
"It's just full of so much emotion and heart," the film's director Garth Jennings has said about the song (to Entertainment Weekly).
The film itself is packed with 40 classic and contemporary tracks, and celebrates the power of music to heal - something Bono gave voice to last year in his birthday list of 'songs that saved my life'.
Meanwhile, the film's official soundtrack - complete with U2's new song - is set for release on December 17. It includes a version of 'I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For' sung by Scarlett Johansson and Bono, as well as 'Stuck in a Moment You Can't Get Out Of' (Johansson), and 'Where the Streets Have No Name' (in which Johansson is joined by fellow cast members Reese Witherspoon, Nick Kroll and Taron Egerton).
There are 21 tracks in all on the 'Original Motion Picture Soundtrack', featuring the likes of Halsey, Elton John, Billie Eilish and Pharrell Williams.
U2 are no strangers, of course, to making music for film, and have previously had two songs nominated for Academy Awards (for 'The Hands that Built America' and 'Ordinary Love').
Remember, you can listen to 'Your Song Saved My Life' here. And you can pre-order/pre-save the Sing 2 Original Motion Picture Soundtrack here.
All of which, we hope, is enough to put a spring in your step, this November - and a brand new song in your heart!