Stream David Bowie’s New EP No Plan and Hear His Final Four Recordings

Today marks what would have been David Bowie’s 70th birthday. And you can commemorate that bittersweet occasion by streaming his brand new EP called No Plan. It features four tracks–the last four songs Bowie ever recorded.

Listeners might be familiar with the first track, “Lazarus.” But not so much with the remaining three–“No Plan,” “Killing a Little Time” and “When I Met You.” You can stream the EP for free on Spotify below. (If you need their software, download a copy here.) You can also purchase copies of No Plan on Amazon and iTunes. Watch the video for “No Plan” above.

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