Tom Petty’s previously unreleased song, ‘Confusion Wheel,’ premieres on SiriusXM

Confusion Wheel,” the first song available from Tom Petty’s long-awaited second, unreleased half of Wildflowers — a collection Tom named All The Rest is out today and now available with album pre-order.

Written in 1994, “Confusion Wheel” eerily captures the uncertainty of 2020 as if it were written yesterday and somehow twists it with infinite hope.

One of these days my old friend

You and I won’t worry no more

One of these nights it’ll all wash away

And we’ll wake up singing a brand-new song
We’ll wake up singing a whole new song

“Confusion Wheel”

Yesterday, Heartbreaker Benmont Tench and Tom’s longtime engineer and co-producer Ryan Ulyate spoke to David Fricke and premiered the previously unreleased song on SiriusXM’s Tom Petty Radio (Ch. 31).

Listen and share “Confusion Wheel” alongside a visualizer featuring artwork by Blaze Ben Brooks HERE. “Confusion Wheel” follows the release of “Wildflowers (Home Recording),” and “There Goes Angela (Dream Away) (Home Recording)” as well as “You Don’t Know How It Feels (Home Recording).” Wildflowers & All The Rest will be released in multiple formats on October 16 via Warner Records.

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