David Bowie has dropped his video for 'The Next Day,' the title track off his latest album, and this one's a lot to unpack. It stars Gary Oldman as a sweetly coiffed priest, Marion Cotillard as a lady of the night and the man himself as a kind of rock 'n' roll Jesus. There's also booze, barely covered breasts and gushing stigmata wounds, all set to a sexy, glammy groove. Think the religious community will take offense?
David Bowie made us wait a decade for 'The Next Day,' his forthcoming 24th studio album, but with 11 days to go until the March 12 release, he won't keep us in suspense any longer. Bowie is streaming the 'The Next Day' in full on iTunes, giving curious fans a long-awaited taste of what he's been up to over the last 10 years.
David Bowie's video -- or mini-film, really -- for his new song 'The Stars (Are Out Tonight)' was directed by Floria Sigismondi and stars Oscar winner Tilda Swinton as his wife. It's Bowie's take on the ripple effect of celebrity culture, and it features a young, fame-hungry couple who won't let him and his wife be.
"Why Bowie?" asks Simon Cowell upon announcing his pursuit of David Bowie -- yes, that David Bowie -- as a judge on the next season of the U.K. edition of the reality TV singing show 'The X Factor.' The question seems unnecessary -- why not is more appropriate -- but Cowell offers an answer anyway.
Record Store Day and David Bowie, together at last! A day after it emerged that Jack White will be the official ambassador of Record Store Day 2013, Bowie has announced that the first two singles from his forthcoming 'The Next Day' album will be available as a limited edition 7-inch vinyl record exclusively on RSD. 'The Stars (Are Out Tonight),' which is due out digitally next week, will be backed by Where Are We Now?'