This is the David Bowie pop fans love. The new song "The Stars (Are Out Tonight)" is melodic and holds up well with his hit work in the 1980s. The accompanying music video co-starring Academy Award winner Tilda Swinton is one that may leave you a bit dazed the first time through. Swinton and Bowie begin the clip as a seemingly normal middle aged couple, but what happens in this music video is anything but normal. Floria Sigismondi (perhaps best known for Pink's elegant "Try" and Katy Perry's trippy "E.T.") is the director here and she delivers thought provoking imagery. David Bowie's The Next Day album is scheduled to hit stores here in the US in just two weeks on March 12, 2013. "The Stars (Are Out Tonight)" follows the well received single "Where Are We Now" released back in January. Check out "The Stars (Are Out Tonight)" below.
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Video clip courtesy Columbia