David Bowie’s final song ‘Killing A Little Time’ unveiled

The track is taken from the upcoming 'Lazarus' musical soundtrack

The last of David Bowie‘s final recordings has been unveiled. Listen to ‘Killing A Little Time’ below.

Taken from the upcoming soundtrack to Lazarus, a musical penned by Bowie and based on his cult classic film The Man Who Fell To Earth, ‘Killing A Little Time’ is among the last songs ever recorded by the ‘Heroes’ icon during the ‘Blackstar’ era – with ‘When I Met You’ and ‘Plan’ unveiled earlier this week.

With a dark and jazzy mood, the song continues in a similar vein to ‘Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime)’, but with a hard rock edge reminiscent of his work on ‘Outside’.


This month has also seen David Bowie’s favourite vinyl records revealed – featuring the likes of The Velvet Underground, Syd Barratt, Little Richard, Steve Reich and many more.


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