Grace Jones' first studio album in two decades, "Hurricane," will arrive Oct. 27 in the U.K. through a deal with British electronic-leaning indie label Wall of Sound.

PIAS, the parent company of Wall Of Sound, will distribute "Hurricane" worldwide, excluding North America.

"It's an absolute honor and privilege to be working with Grace," comments Mark Jones, managing director of Wall of Sound, in a statement. "No one has inspired more people whatever race, sex, colour or creed to be who they want to be and so much more." He adds, "Her new album will not only re-establish her as one of the world's most important artists but also introduce her to a new generation of music lovers".

The Jamaican-born artist previewed four new tracks from the forthcoming release, including "Corporate Cannibal," during a well-received performance June 19 at the Meltdown festival on London's South Bank. Press headlines glowed the following day, included one in the Guardian Newspaper which simply read "Amazing Grace."

The new album, her first since "Bulletproof Heart" landed in 1989 via Capitol Records, was produced by Ivor Guest and Jones and includes performances from Sly and Robbie and Brian Eno.

Jones' only festival performance this year will be an exclusive headline set on the second-from-last evening of the Secret Garden Party Festival, to be held July 24-27 in Huntingdon, England.