Bob Dylan is set to release the first official music video for 'Like A Rolling Stone' later today (November 19), coinciding with his new 47-disc box set 'The Complete Album Collection Volume 1.'
'Like A Rolling Stone' was first released back in 1965 and quickly became one of the rocker's most famous tracks.
The eagerly anticipated music video will feature 16 different storylines that fans will be able to choose from via fictional TV channels.
Each channel is set to feature different actors and presenters lip-syncing along to the track.
Bob Dylan's new music video will be unveiled later today (WENN)
Meanwhile, Dylan has tried his hand at heavy metal for his new exhibition - however fans of his folk music don't need to worry, the 72-year-old musician is revealing a series of art sculptures rather than new music, despite his video release later today.
The 'All Along The Watchtower' creator has unveiled his latest project in the form of a series of huge metal gates he has designed and crafted himself.
The metal works are being exhibited at the Halycon Gallery's New Bond Street location where fans can view them for free and, if they're feeling flash, purchase one of the pieces. This is the first time any sculptures by the singer have been publicly exhibited and the works will be joined by a series of limited edition signed prints and original canvas pieces, all of which are also up for sale.
Speaking out about his inspiration for the metal structures, Dylan has explained that he thought back to his childhood in Minnesota before designing them: “I’ve been around iron all my life ever since I was a kid," he said. "I was born and raised in iron ore country — where you could breathe it and smell it every day.”
Listen to Bob Dylan's 'Like A Rolling Stone' audio below: