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The Tom Petty YouTube Channel released a demo version of his hit “You Don’t Know How It Feels,” and it could be a sign of some sort of new release.

Embedded below, the video features new artwork of a wolf, which is also present on Petty’s social media channels and on his official website that also contains a countdown clock.

The wolf artwork on social media and Petty’s website is also animated and features the phrase, “Most things I worry about never happen anyway,” which is a lyric from “Crawling Back To You” off his 1994’s album Wildflowers that also features “You Don’t Know How It Feels.”

Could this mean that long-rumored anniversary reissue of Wildflowers is on the way? Only time (and maybe that countdown clock) will tell.

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