The Pretenders are set to release their first new album for eight years.
The release - titled Alone - will be unveiled in October through BMG Records.
Singer-songwriter Chrissie Hynde recorded the album in Nashville.
She is the only original member of the rock band to feature on their latest offering.
It was originally intended to be a follow-up to Chrissie's 2014 solo album Stockholm, but it was later decided that it would be a Pretenders release.
Their last album was 2008´s Break Up The Concrete, which charted at number 35 in the UK.
Chrissie, 64, recorded Alone with Dan Auerbach, from The Black Keys, who stood as captain, producer and multi-instrumentalist.
The band also features Johnny Cash's former bass player Dave Roe and country rocker Kenny Vaughan, among others.
Chrissie said: "This record is what I love the most - real people playing real music.
"I sang and recorded every vocal in a 48-hour period - 48 hours to sing them, 40 years of preparation!"
The Pretenders originally consisted of Chrissie, Martin Chambers and late musicians James Honeyman-Scott and Pete Farndon.
Alone will be released on October 21.