Bowie set to release latest new material
David Bowie is to release a further new track later this year which will be included on a retrospective album to mark a half-century of his recording career.
The star (67), who surprised fans last year with his comeback album The Next Day after the best part of a decade away, will also include a handful of rare recordings.
Nothing Has Changed, to be released on November 17, draws material from all stages of his career dating back to 1964. It will feature new track, Sue, recorded with producer Tony Visconti.
The song will come out as a 10-inch single and digital download on the same day as the album.
Also on Nothing Has Changed will be Let Me Sleep Beside You, a re-recording of a 1967 song for his abandoned Toy album. There will also be Shadow Man, a track written with a view to going on his Ziggy Stardust album but shelved.