New David Bowie Single To Premiere On BBC 6 Music This Sunday | Music News
The newly recorded song from David Bowie “Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime)” will be played for the first time this Sunday (October 12) on Guy Garvey’s (Elbow) BBC 6 Music show. The track is taken from the upcoming best of and rarities album Nothing Has Changed which will be released on November 17. Bowie’s new album release follows the Mercury Award nominated 2013 album The Next Day which was his first release since the 2003 album Reality.
The new album will include the classic tracks “Ziggy Stardust” and “Heroes” amongst others, whilst previously unreleased track “Let Me Sleep Beside You” will also feature. Bowie’s record label, Columbia Records, have confirmed that the new track was recorded in New York during the summer months of this year. Although we will have to wait until Sunday to hear the new track, Bowie has been teasing his fans over the past few days by separately releasing four parts of the new song’s lyrics here.
Part one of the lyrics:
Sue, I got the job
We’ll buy the house
You’ll need to rest
But now we’ll make it
Sue, the clinic called
The X-ray’s fine
I bought you home
I just said home
Sue, you said you wanted writ
“Sue the virgin” on your stone
For your grave
Why too dark to speak the words?
For I know that you have a son
Oh, folly, Sue
Ride the train I’m far from home
In a season of crime none need atone
I kissed your face
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