Jeff Lynne of ELO has announced the follow-up to his 2015' Alone in the Universe album and as tradition has it, there's a spacecraft on the cover. Titled, From Out of Nowhere — the 71-year-old says, "That's exactly where it came from." In a press release he talked about the title and said, "That's the first one I wrote for this album and it's kind of like that."

According to Billboard, the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer says the title track is a song about hope and salvation, with Lynne often finding himself turning to a sense of optimism, a recurring theme on the album.

A snip of the new music can be found on the band social media sites. The 10-track album will be out on November 1st.