Stream David Bowie’s “The Next Day” Album in Full Now

If you’re a fan, now’s the time to see how his comeback sounds

By on March 1st, 2013 14:28 GMT

With just days to go until the official release of David Bowie’s brand new album, “The Next Day,” today’s your chance to see what he’s been up to these past 10 years that he didn’t release any new music.

The entire album is now available for free streaming on iTunes but, if you want to give it a go, you should hurry up to do so because the offer is time limited.

So far, we’ve gotten two songs from the album, the singles “Where Are We Now” and “The Stars (Are Out Tonight),” but there is so much more to “The Next Day” that you will definitely want to experience firsthand.

I’ll just leave you to this: Bowie is just as creative as you’d expect him on this release. There is a gorgeous mix of sounds and themes on it, which sort of makes up for the decade we had to spend without anything new from him.

“The Next Day” will be out in Australia on March 8, in the US on March 12 and in other territories on March 11.

Stream it in full here.

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