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David Bowie's 3 final tracks are going to be released in October


Fans of Bowie – otherwise known as everyone – can rejoice as three new tracks will be coming our way next month alongside the cast recording of the late singer’s musical, Lazarus.

Lazarus opened in New York in December of last year and ran through till January. Eager UK fans won’t have long to wait to catch it as the production is set to hit London at King’s Cross Theatre on the 8th of November this year.

The three new tracks featured on the recording were laid down using the same band that Bowie used on his Blackstar album, and were co-produced by the man himself and his long-time collaborator, the legend that is Tony Visconti.

“Killing a Little Time”, “No Plan” and “When I Met You” will be made available to the public on the 21st of October. We'll give you our thoughts on them as soon as they're available.


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