Three new songs from 'The Next Day Extra' will be revealed later this week
David Bowie will premiere the video for the James Murphy remix of his song ‘Love Is Lost’ during the Mercury Music Prize ceremony on Wednesday (October 30).
Visuals for the 10-minute long reworking of ‘The Next Day’ album track will be unveiled during the Mercury Music Prize show on More 4 in the UK at 9.30pm. The full video will then be made available to watch on Vevo from November 1.
Three new Bowie songs will also be premiered on October 30 ahead of the release of a deluxe edition of ‘The Next Day’ on November 4. ‘Atomica’, ‘Born in a UFO’ and ‘Like A Rocket Man’ from ‘The Next Day Extra’ will be played across BBC 6 Music, BBC Radio 2 and Absolute Radio on the day with Lauren Laverne set to play ‘Atomica’ on BBC 6 Music at 10:50am. Ken Bruce will then premiere ‘Born in a UFO’ on Radio 2 at 11.30am before Absolute Radio’s Geoff Lloyd gives ‘Like A Rocket Man’ its first play at 6.45pm.
‘The Next Day Extra’ includes the original 14-track album, a 10-track CD of bonus songs and a DVD featuring the four videos made for the album for ‘Where Are We Now?’, ‘The Stars (Are Out Tonight)’, ‘The Next Day’ and ‘Valentine’s Day’.
The bonus CD features four previously unreleased tracks titled ‘Atomica’, ‘The Informer’, ‘Like A Rocket Man’ and ‘Born In A UFO’. It also includes two remixes – one by LCD Soundsystem frontman James Murphy who is fresh from producing the new Arcade Fire album, which also features Bowie on the title track ‘Reflektor’. The bonus disc also contains ‘God Bless The Girl’, which was previously only released on the Japanese version of the album.
Bowie is nominated for the Mercury Prize alongside artists including Disclosure, James Blake, Rudimental, Arctic Monkeys and bookies favourite, Laura Mvula.