An expanded edition of Tom Petty's great 1994 album Wildflowers is on the way, and while we still haven't gotten all the details on that, here's a previously unreleased song from the sessions. “I don’t remember hearing this,” Heartbreakers keys player Benmont Tench told David Fricke on SiriusXM's Tom Petty Radio. “I think this is one where I would have said, ‘Oh, come on. Let’s cut this.’ I don’t remember even trying it. When it came on, I was so thrilled. But I was also mad like, ‘What? We didn’t cut this?’ When I first heard it, I was so happy that it almost made me cry because I was hearing him do something I hadn’t heard.”

Now you can hear the song too --  "There Goes Angela (Dream Away)" is a stripped-down acoustic song that sounds way too gorgeous to have been in the vault for this long. To hear it, you have to take a quiz on Tom Petty's website and then you can download it.

You can listen to clips from the SiriusXM interview below.