For those of us who wish David Bowie’s music never left the 1970s, we can at least take heart that this latest video fro his new song “Where Are We Now” (released today for his 66th Birthday) hearkens back to Low-era with ambi-futuro-ballad languor applied to the streets of Berlin. With art direction by creepy video-on-doll artist Tony Oursler, you’re sure to enjoy!

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