three new david bowie tracks are being released next month

Before he passed away in January, the icon recorded a final set of songs.

by Wendy Syfret
13 September 2016, 1:26pm

David Bowie was always an incredibly generous artist, and eight months after he passed away, he continues to treat his fans. October will see the release of the Lazarus cast album from the stage show inspired by the singer's 1976 classic, The Man Who Fell To Earth. But the record will also be blessed with three final unreleased studio recordings by Bowie: "No Plan," "Killing A Little Time," and "When I Met You." The tracks were recorded with the musicians behind his 25th and final album Blackstar.

The rest of the album -- one that the cast recorded the day after Bowie died -- will be made up of interpretations of the icon's classics, including "Changes," "Life on Mars," and "Hero." It will be out October 21. Get the tissues ready. 


Text Wendy Syfret

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