[AUDIO] David Bowie Releases First Single In A Decade
Posted by Joseph Lee on 01.08.2013
And an album is on the way...
Billboard reports that David Bowie turned 66 years old today and celebrated by releasing his new single "Where Are We Now?", the first in a decade. It went live in early this morning through Iso/Columbia Records. It's an exclusive in iTunes for 119 countries.
The single is a release of his 30th album The Next Day, his first since Reality ten years ago. It will be available as a pre-order in "standard" and "deluxe" editions. The deluxe edition will have three bonus tracks. It will be released in Australia on March 8, the rest of the world (except the US) on March 11 and the US on March 12.
Bowie wrote the new single and recorded it in New York with producer Tony Visconti. He also released a video, which you can watch below. It's unknown if Bowie will tour to support the album.
Here is the track list for the deluxe edition of The Next Day:
The Next Day
The Stars (Are out Tonight)
Love Is Lost
Where Are We Now?
If You Can See Me
I'd Rather Be High
Boss of Me
Dancing Out in Space
How Deoes the Grass Grow?
(You Will) Set the World On Fire)
So She (Bonus Track)
I'll Take You There (Bonus Track)
Plan (Bonus Track)