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David Bowie Probably Won’t Tour Behind New Album “The Next Day”

The Next Day Due Out This March

Jan 11, 2013 David Bowie Bookmark and Share

You know you’ve reached a certain level of notoriety when you can release a video, announce an album, and all but shut down the Internet. (Hyperbole, but not by much.) It’s good to be David Bowie, apparently.

Recently Bowie announced his 30th album The Next Day (along with a creepy video for slow-burning ballad “Where Are We Now”). Now project producer Tony Visconti has followed up Bowie’s announcement with another announcement: the musician probably won’t be touring behind the project.

“He’s fairly adamant he’s never gonna perform live again,” Visconti told NME. “One of the guys would say, ‘Boy, how are we gonna do all this live?’ and David said, ‘We’re not.’ He made a point of saying that all the time.”

Disappointing, yes. But seriously you guys, it’s Bowie’s world—we’re just living in it.



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Lou Clements
January 13th 2013

Just love it! Think you need to see this, and not just hear the song – clever boy….
If people don’t get it now – they will

February 2nd 2013

“Where Are We Now” is cryptic. Is he literally showing us that the bottle is empty?

This is my interpretation:  https://sites.google.com/site/fasmusicvideowherearewenow/