David Bowie Thrills Fans with First Music in a Decade

On Tuesday, David Bowie celebrated his 66th birthday, and he rang his newest year in with fine style. Coming as a complete surprise to fans, Bowie released a new single — the first music to be heard from the iconic rocker in a decade! And now, fans are eagerly anticipating the album from which the new track came from.

The first song from the album, The Next Day, is titled “Where Are We Now?” an appropriately titled track since fans have largely been wondering where Bowie’s been for the past ten years. To go along with the song, a video was also released which is strange and artistic, and moving and mysterious all at the same time. You can view the official version posted on YouTube here.

Tony Visconti, who’s been producing Bowie’s work since early in his career, says that the “Where Are We Now?” track is a very slow ballad depicting a very “inward” look at Bowie. He also says that fans shouldn’t expect this from the entire album, as it mostly consists of the pure good rock and roll that fans have come to expect from Bowie.

Fans will find out for themselves though, after the album is released on March 12. There has currently been nothing said from Bowie’s camp as to whether or not this album will have an accompanying tour. But, after getting fans so excited with this newest music, would David Bowie really stop there?

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