David Bowie has announced through his Facebook page that he is releasing a new album titled Nothing Has Changed, that will cover 50 years of recorded works from 1964’s Liza Jane to brand new recordings made this year.
Read the press release taken from his Facebook below.
Nothing Has Changed follows his 2013 release, The Next Day.
It is with much pleasure that we can exclusively announce a career-spanning collection of Bowie’s music covering fifty years of recorded works from his 1964 debut, Liza Jane, through to a brand new recording made this year.
Nothing Has Changed (named after a lyric from the Heathen album opener Sunday) compiles tracks from every period of Bowie’s career and features new single; Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime), which was specially recorded for the compilation with long-term collaborator Tony Visconti.
Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime), will be released as a limited edition 10” single and digital download the same day as the album via Parlophone in the UK on Monday, November 17th.
In the US the album will be issued on Tuesday, November 18th, along with the digital download version of the single. The physical single will be released as a Black Friday 2014 exclusive 10” on November 28th. The album and single are issued by Columbia Records/Legacy Recordings in the US.
Both the UK and US versions of the 10” will feature another exclusive 2014 recording on the B-side: ‘Tis A Pity She’s A Whore.
Alongside the brand new A-side track, Nothing Has Changed features the previously unreleased Let Me Sleep Beside You from the Toy album sessions. The download only Your Turn To Drive will also be making its debut on CD for Nothing Has Changed and the 2001 re-recording of the 1971 outtake, Shadow Man, is included too.
via The 405