It's been five years since Michael Jackson died but the music just keeps on coming. Today, the first music video from his posthumous album XSCAPE released on Twitter and was also screened in Times Square in New York.
The video of the song, called A Place With No Name, features unseen footage of the late King of Pop striking his signature dance poses. It also tells the story of a young man driving along a baking and dusty highway who meets and falls in love with a young woman on the way. As MJ beams at them, they cavort among crashing waves at the seaside and under the bright lights on a city street.
A Place With No Name was originally recorded in 1998 and reworked recently for inclusion on XSCAPE which is Michael Jackson's second posthumous album.
The video comes just days before MJ's birth anniversary on August 29. He would have been 56 this year.