A new video and EP have been released to mark what would have been David Bowie’s 70th birthday today. The four-song No Plan EP features the three previously issued final recordings made by Bowie prior to his death on January 10 of last year, including the title track which is the focus of the newly shared video.
Co-produced by Bowie and longtime collaborator Tony Visconti, Bowie recorded “No Plan,” along with fellow EP tracks “Killing A Little Time” and “When I Met You,” with the same group of musicians led by Donny McCaslin that created the bulk of the legendary musician’s final album ★ (BlackstarLazarus Cast Album which also presented recordings by the cast of the original New York production of Bowie’s play Lazarus.
Below watch the Tom Hingston-directed video for “No Plan,” followed by the new EP that opens with “Lazarus” ahead of the three aforementioned tracks:
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