Looks like Bob Dylan will drop a new album this year.

In his typical cryptic fashion, there’s a photo of him on his website and the words “Shadows in the Night.” Rollingstone.com reports that a Dylan spokesman confirmed a new album for 2014 but did not confirm the title.

bobdylan.com offers one new track from the album – “Full Moon and Empty Arms.” It’s a standard that has been recorded by everyone from Sarah Vaughan to Jim Nabors to the Platters. The most famous version is Frank Sinatra’s 1945 hit.

Dylan’s rendition attempts to follow the Sinatra treatment but old Bob is no match for young blue eyes. Listen for yourself at www.bobdylan.com/us/home 

This will be Dylan's 36th studio album -- his first since 2012's "Tempest."

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