In 2013, David Bowie returned to music after a lengthy absence with The Next Day, an album that SPIN‘s critic wasn’t terribly fond of but still signaled good things to come for the British singer’s return to the forefront of public consciousness.
In an interview with CNN today, Bowie’s longtime producer Tony Visconti (“Heroes,” “Where Are We Now,” and more) announced that the English pop singer plans to release new music soon. “There’s gonna be another album, definitely…soon,” Visconti said, noting that in no way should that news signal any fan excitement about Bowie’s return to the touring circuit. “I don’t think he’s gonna busk in the Tube,” he said. “As far as a concert is concerned, I have no idea.”
The influential “Fashion” singer previously hinted that he had more new music in the can back in July with a concise “more music soon” message to fans. While listeners wait for new Bowie material to surface, they can visit Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art to check out the David Bowie Is exhibition that features some of the “Ziggy Stardust” singer’s most iconic costumes and personal photographs.