Queens of the Stone Age will reveal their first studio single from forthcoming album "Like Clockwork" tonight.
BBC Radio 1 will broadcast the single "My God is the Sun" alongside an exclusive interview with band leader Josh Homme, according to radio host Zane Lowe via his Twitter account. You can tap into the live radio stream via the BBC Radio 1 website, though the song will undoubtedly be ripped to YouTube straight after.
The song had previously been performed at Lollapalooza Brazil, where the band played it live as their only preview from the new album.
Anticipation for new material from Queens of the Stone Age is high, and not just because fans have been waiting since 2011 when it was first announced. There's a big lineup of high-profile guest artists including Trent Reznor, Dave Grohl, Scissor Sisters singer Jake Shears, Arctic Monkeys frontman Alex Turner and even piano legend Sir Elton John.
And those are just the guest artists. The official lineup now includes former Mars Volta super-drummer Jon Theodore, who appears in the live performance below.
Just think - by this time tomorrow, you could finally be listening to a brand new studio recording from Queens of the Stone Age. Let's hope it lives up to expectations.
This Monday Night April 8th. QOTSA 'My God Is The Sun' Premier and full interview with Josh. 7pm UK. BBC Radio 1.
Zane Lowe (@zanelowe) April 4, 2013
Watch Queens of the Stone Age perform "My God is the Sun" at Lollapalooza Brazil here: