(New York) Legendary British singer-songwriter Cat Stevens will release a new album of original songs this summer that took him more than a decade to craft and in which he revisits the theme of unity.

The 12-song collection is titled King of a Land and is released in June on Dark Horse Records, the record label founded by George Harrison. The album cover artwork shows a boy playing guitar on top of the Earth, while a cat stretches and a train cruises along a track.

The first single is a happy family song, Take the World Apart.

The album reunited Stevens with producer Paul Samwell-Smith, who produced three albums by the artist between 1970 and 1972: Tea for the Tillerman, Teaser and the Firecat and Catch Bull at Four.

Stevens, who took the name Yusuf when he converted to Islam, has been a respected writer since his debut in 1967. This Rock and Roll Hall of Famer has released several hits over time. , including Peace Train, Wild World and Morning Has Broken.