The concerts that returned Kate Bush to the stage after a 35-year absence in 2014 are being commemorated with an official live album release later this year.

Titled Before the Dawn and credited to the KT Fellowship, the album, scheduled for a Dec. 2 release, condenses Bush's 22-show run at London's Hammersmith Apollo into a 3-CD/4-LP set demarcated into three sections. The first offers a seven-song overview of Bush's career, while the second hones in on the back half of her 1985 album Hounds of Love. Before the Dawn rounds out with a final set focusing on the second side of her 2005 Aerial album, plus encore performances of "Among Angels" and "Cloudbusting."

"One of the main reasons for wanting to perform live again was to have contact with [the] audience," Bush wrote after the shows ended. "They took my breath away. Every single night they were so behind us. You could feel their support from the minute we walked on stage. I just never imagined it would be possible to connect with an audience on such a powerful and intimate level; to feel such — well, quite frankly, love. It was like this at every single show."

The KT Fellowship, Before the Dawn
"Hounds of Love"
"Top of the City"
"Never Be Mine"
"Running Up That Hill"
"King of the Mountain"
"The Astronomer"s Call"
"And Dream of Sheep"
"Under Ice"
"Waking the Witch"
"Watching Them Without Her"
"Watching You Without Me"
"Little Light"
"Jig of Life"
"Hello Earth"
"This Morning Fog"
"An Architect"s Dream"
"The Painter"s Link"
"Aerial Tal"
"Somewhere in Between"
"Tawny Moon"
"Among Angels"

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