Billy Joel is coming out with a new song.
On Monday, the Grammy Award-winning singer and Rock & Roll Hall of Famer announced that his new single, "Turn the Lights Back On," will be released in February.
"It's time to TURN THE LIGHTS BACK ON," Joel wrote in the caption of a video he shared on Instagram, which featured a clip of him playing the piano and what seemed to be a sneak preview of the melody for the new song.
According to a press release for the announcement, the new song is a "classic Billy Joel-style tune," which features his signature sound. It also includes the lyrics, "Did I wait too long… to turn the lights back on?"
The new single will be released Feb. 1. It will be available on both digital and limited-edition 7-inch vinyl, and a lyric video will also be released.
The song, which Joel co-wrote with three other people, will be his first song with lyrics -- sung by Joel himself -- since his 2007 single "All My Life."
Joel's last pop album, "River of Dreams," came out more than 30 years ago. In 2001, he released his final studio album, "Fantasies & Delusions," which contained classical compositions and featured his friend, pianist Richard Hyung-ki Joo.
During a concert in December, Joel teased the new song, saying, "We've got a little something we've been working on you might hear sometime." Now, fans know what that "something" is.
The news comes as Joel prepares to wrap up his 10-year residency at New York's Madison Square Garden. He also has a few other shows booked for 2024, either solo or with Sting or Stevie Nicks.