David Bowie releases first new material in 10 years

David Bowie has released a new single, "Where Are We Now?", this morning [January 8 - Bowie's birthday]. You can watch the video below. The single will be followed on March 12 by THE NEXT DAY, Bowie's first new album in 10 years and his 30th studio recording. It has been produced by Tony Visconti. The track listing for THE NEXT DAY is: The Next Day Dirty Boys The Stars (Are Out Tonight) Love Is Lost Where Are We Now? Valentine's Day If You Can See Me I'd Rather Be High Boss Of Me Dancing Out In Space

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David Bowie has released a new single, “Where Are We Now?“, this morning [January 8 – Bowie’s birthday].

You can watch the video below.

The single will be followed on March 12 by THE NEXT DAY, Bowie’s first new album in 10 years and his 30th studio recording. It has been produced by Tony Visconti.

The track listing for THE NEXT DAY is:

The Next Day
Dirty Boys
The Stars (Are Out Tonight)
Love Is Lost
Where Are We Now?
Valentine’s Day
If You Can See Me
I’d Rather Be High
Boss Of Me
Dancing Out In Space
How Does The Grass Grow
(You Will) Set The World On Fire
You Feel So Lonely You Could Die
Heat

So She (Bonus Track)
I’ll Take You There (Bonus Track)
Plan (Bonus Track)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FOyDTy9DtHQ


You can also read the first part of our mammoth 1999 interview with Bowie on Uncut.co.uk now – check back each day this week for more.

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