David Bowie is releasing a new track on his greatest hits album.

The 67-year-old star is to unveil his first new track for over a year titled 'Sue (or In A Season of Crime)', which will feature on his upcoming greatest hits record 'Nothing Has Changed'.

The album, which is named after a lyric from the 'Heathen' album opener 'Sunday', compiles tracks from his five decade-long career, including early hits 'Liza Jane' and 'Can't Help Thinking About Me'.

'Sue' was especially recorded for 'Nothing Has Changed' with Bowie's long time collaborator Tony Visconti and will also be released as a limited edition single and digital download on the same day as the album.

Alongside the new track will be the previously unreleased 'Let Me Sleep Beside You' from the 'Toy' sessions, and the download only single 'Your Turn To Drive' will also make it's CD debut on the album along with the 2001 re-recording of 1971 outtake 'Shadow Man'.

'Nothing Has Changed' is scheduled for release on November 17, marking a definitive collection of Bowie's music from 1964 to 2014.