” itemprop= “url” itemid=” https://static01.nyt.com/images/2017/01/08/arts/09xp-bowie/09xp-bowie-master768.jpg” > The street artist James Cochran putting flowers in front of his David Bowie mural on Saturday in London. Credit Justin Tallis/Agence France-Presse– Getty Images Just hours before exactly what would have been his 70th birthday, David Bowie resurfaced.The video, for the song” No Plan, “was directed by Tom Hingston, who also dealt with Mr. Bowie on videos for the songs “I ‘d Rather Be High (Venetian Mix)” and “Take legal action against (Or in a Season of Crime).”
The clip includes a ghostly row of tv screens flashing the lyrics of Mr. Bowie’s tune, which explores styles of disembodiment and confusion. Above the screens is a sign for Newton Electrical, a reference to Thomas Jerome Newton, Mr. Bowie’s character in the movie “The Male Who Fell to Earth.”
That character was resurrected as the protagonist of ” three months prior to he died.
Responding to the brand-new release on social media, fans celebrated and mourned the musician once again.
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