LONDON (Reuters) – British singer David Bowie released his first new song in nearly a decade on Tuesday in a surprise launch coinciding with his 66th birthday. "Where Are We Now?", produced by long-term collaborator Tony Visconti, is a melancholic look
David Bowie may have defied the Twitter age by keeping details of his comeback secret, but that hasn't prevented the social network from exploding in a blur of instant verdicts, fan worship and terrible puns. The Guardian's chief pop critic Alexis
The revered and, in recent years, reclusive David Bowie has surfaced with a new song and video. “Where Are We Now" got an early morning premiere on Bowie's official site and is available for sale in 119 countries via an
British glam-rock icon David Bowie has released a new single on his 66th birthday, surprising everyone who thought he had retired from public life. The track, “Where Are We Now?” appeared on Bowie's website shortly after midnight on Jan. 8, replete
David Bowie turns sixty-six today, but he's the one giving the presents: just after midnight, his official Web site released “Where Are We Now?,” his first new song in a decade.