Listen: Michael Bublé debuts new song 'Such a Night' from upcoming album 'Love'
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Michael Bublé continues to build anticipation ahead of the release of his upcoming studio album Love, which drops Nov. 16 via Reprise. The four-time Grammy has given fans another taste of the album via an official audio clip for “Such a Night.”

The charismatic Canadian crooner posted the track on Nov. 9 via Facebook on the heels of announcing a 2019 North American tour on Thursday, which launches on Feb. 13 in Tampa, Florida, at Amalie Arena.  “Such a Night” is the third song to surface from the international superstar's 10th studio album along with the lead single “When I Fall in Love” and follow up “Love You Anymore.”

Written by Lincoln Chase, “Such a Night” was initially a hit for The Drifters in 1954. Popular versions have also been recorded by Johnny Ray and later by Elvis Presley in 1960.

Bublé's rendition is slightly upbeat and stripped back, propelled by piano, bass, drums and guitar with horn ornaments. Following a horn variation intro on the song's main riff, the "Haven't Met You Yet" hitmaker launches into the first verse with his unique style and phrasing, singing, “It was a night oo-oo what a night. It was it really was such a night.”

Love is available is available for preorder here in a variety of bundles and editions in CD, digital, vinyl and streaming formats. Check out the official audio for “Such a Night” above.

The multi-platinum seller's 2019 North American tour is currently scheduled to wrap up Aug. 3 in Quebec City, Quebec, at City Centre Videotron with more dates expected to be announced shortly. Tickets go on sale beginning Monday, Nov. 19 at 10 a.m. local time and are available right here at AXS. For all the latest details on Michael Bublé, click here.