To honor what would have been his 70th birthday, a new David Bowie EP and video has been released.
The post-humous No Plan EP features the previously released “Lazarus,” which debuted on Bowie’s final 2016 album Blackstar and is featured in the acclaimed musical of the same name. The other three tracks can also be heard on the Lazarus cast album, which was released last fall. According to The New York Times, the tracks on No Plan are the singer’s final studio recordings.
The title-track also received a haunting visual, featuring a storefront filled with televisions for Newton Electrical — a reference to Thomas Jerome Newton, who is Bowie’s character in the film “The Man Who Fell to Earth.”
The legendary singer would have been 70 on January 8, 2017.
Here there’s no music here
I’m lost in streams of sound
Here am I nowhere now?
Wherever I may go
All of the things that are my life
Here is my place without a plan
Just out of view
Is no traffic here?
All the things that are my life
Nothing to regret
This is no place, but here I am
This is not quite yet
(via The Fader)