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Late Australian singer Michael Hutchence's new single released
Last Updated: 2016-09-08 22:39 | Xinhua
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The final 11 seconds of a previously unreleased song from Australian musician and actor Michael Hutchence called "Kik It" has been released online, local media reported on Thursday.

The song will be the first single from the 15 previously unheard tracks that Hutchence recorded shortly before his death in 1997.

The tracks will be released next year by Sydney businessman Ron Creevey and LA producer Danny Saber.

Creevey also said that he was producing a documentary on Hutchence's life which will be finished by November.

"We're nearly done, we've already filmed in four different countries," Creevey said.

The film will include shots of the piano Hutchence played on during the band's massive concert at Wembley Stadium in the UK in 1991.

Creevey said they have also assembled some big names as talking heads for the documentary along with people who were working with Hutchence before he died.

Meanwhile, the former INXS manager Chris "CM" Murphy, in which Hutchence was a member of has also revealed that he was making a documentary on the singer's life, announcing it a week after Creevey revealed his.

Hutchence is best remembered as the founding member, lead singer and lyricist of rock band INXS from 1977 until his death in 1997 which was reported by the New South Wales Coroner to be the result of suicide.

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