David Bowie’s First Album In 10 Years Is Free To Stream On iTunes

David Bowie’s new album The Next Day, his first album in 10 years since 2003’s Reality, is currently streaming for free exclusively on iTunes, as noted by AppleInsider. Apple will be streaming the album for free through March 12, the day it will be officially released for sale. Pre-orders for the album have already grabbed it the top spot on the iTunes charts in 34 countries.

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The Next Day was announced as a surprise on January 8, Bowie’s birthday, when he released a video for his new song titled “Where Are We Now”. Another video for the album’s second single, “The Stars (Are Out Tonight)” debuted earlier this week. 

David Bowie fans got an unexpected surprise on Thursday, as the artist’s first album in 10 years became available for free streaming on Apple’s iTunes.

Pre-orders for The Next Day have grabbed the album the top spot on the iTunes charts in 34 countries. In the United States, the album had a Top 5 debut. It is set for release on March 12. The Next Day will be available to stream on iTunes until its release.

Bowie’s new video for his single “The Stars” also features Oscar-winner Tilda Swinton, showing the two as a married couple.

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  • Stroodle

    I only get the option to pre order, not to stream? Telus network in BC?