Warner Bros. Records released Prince 4Ever, the first posthumous music compilation since Prince passed away back in April, on Tuesday, November 22. Along with his greatest hits, the disc contains a previously unreleased track called "Moonbeam Levels."

Originally recorded in 1982 while Prince was working on his album 1999, the piano and guitar-driven track is a sweeping, emotional new wave ballad which was reportedly also considered for inclusion on Rave Unto the Joy Fantastic, a planned yet never released album.

While the song is not available for streaming online, ABC News held a special listening event in New York City. You can hear "Moonbeam Levels" in the video below:

Prince 4Ever also includes iconic hits like "Kiss," "Purple Rain" and "Little Red Corvette" among many, many others, and the release comes with a booklet of never-before-seen images photographed by Herb Ritts.

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