Bob Dylan's first new song in eight years is a 17-minute rumination on the 1960s and the assassination of JFK.
"They blew out the brains of the king / Thousands were watching at home and saw the whole thing," he sings in the opening minutes of Murder Most Foul.
But the visceral account of President Kennedy's murder in 1963 gives way to a rumination on America and music.
The track arrived unannounced at midnight, with Dylan explaining it had been "recorded a while back".
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Bob Dylan's first song in eight years