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David Bowie’s ‘No Plan’ Music Video Is a Posthumous Tribute to the Departed Space Oddity — Watch

The surprise EP was released today, which would have been his 70th birthday.

"The Man Who Fell to Earth"

“The Man Who Fell to Earth”


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.

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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?

No plan


“Wherever I may go

Just where

Just there

I am


“All of the things that are my life

My desires

My beliefs

My moods

Here is my place without a plan”


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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.

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