It has been 12 years since we last heard from Kate Bush.
Actually in 2001, she appeared at an awards show to tell people she was working on a new album.
But any rumours or speculation will be put to rest in November, when the singer-songwriter releases her first album since 1993’s “The Red Shoes.”
Bush, 47, will release a double-CD called “Aerial” on November 8 (a day earlier in Europe).
A press release from EMI, her record label, contained few details.
“King Of The Mountain,” the first single off the album, will be released at the end of October, it said. The release also mentioned that Bush is also producing the album.
Bush is best known for her 1978 hit “Wuthering Heights,” and her duet with Peter Gabriel, “Don’t Give Up.”