David Bowie may have left us, but his music has not — and, in a most pleasant surprise, some of his final recordings have been assembled in a new form. Today’s “No Plan” EP, which was released to coincide with what would have been the dearly departed musician/actor/space oddity’s 70th birthday, contains four songs that were originally part of the soundtrack to Bowie’s Broadway musical “Lazarus”: “Lazarus,” “No Plan,” “Killing a Little Time” and “When I Met You.” Watch the new video for the title track below.
Taking place on a rainy night, the video features a series of TV windows in a display window that display the song’s lyrics:
“Here, there’s no music here
I’m lost in streams of sound
Here, am I nowhere now?
“Wherever I may go
“All of the things that are my life
Here is my place without a plan”
After the first few words appear onscreen, the same thing happens in the video that happened whenever Bowie did just about anything: people are drawn to his energy and watch in rapt attention to see what he’ll do next.