LISTEN: Kansas Share New Song "Jets Overhead"

SAN DIEGO, CA - JULY 23: Rock band Kansas performs onstage at the "Supernatural" panel during Comic-Con International 2017 at San Diego Convention Center on July 23, 2017 in San Diego, California. (Photo by Albert L. Ortega/Getty Images)
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Kansas is back. The legendary rock outfit has shared a new song, "Jets Overhead." It's the latest sounds from the group's forthcoming full-length, The Absence Of Presence, out on June 26.

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Jets Overhead has become one of my favorite songs on the album," said  Kansas guitarist Zak Rizvi in a statement. "Keyboardist Tom Brislin wrote some fantastic lyrics, David Ragsdale's violin solo is absolutely smoking, and Ronnie Platt nailed the vocals.”

“We are really excited for our fans to be able to get a taste of what is to come from The Absence Of Presence. I think people will really be surprised by the album," added Ronnie Pratt. "The Absence Of Presence shows the band firing on all cylinders.”

Listen to "Jets Overhead" below.

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The song was #1 in America for three weeks in September and October 1985.

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The album came loaded with hits like "Kiss on My List" and "You Make My Dreams."

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