On Saturday, BBC debuted David Bowie: The Last Five Years documentary and a music video for the late legendary musician’s “No Plan” song. The puzzling music video, coordinated by Tom Hingston, highlight lines of old TVs showed in the window of Newton Electrical, which (as indicated by Rolling Stone) is a gesture to Bowie’s character in the melodic he penned, The Man Who Fell to Earth and Lazarus, which included “No Plan.”
The TVs illuminate with verses from the melody as those going by assemble outside the window on a stormy night, hypnotized by the show. Notwithstanding verses, the screens likewise show pictures of space travel. As the music video arrives at an end, the spectators start to vanish into the night.
“No Plan” is one of three of Bowie’s last recordings before his passing on Jan. 10, two days following his 69th birthday. This track, alongside “Killing a Little Time, “When I Met You” and “Lazarus” from his last collection Blackstar, have been repackaged as the No Plan EP to recognize Bowie’s birthday.
The late performer’s better half, Iman, has likewise been recalling her significant other with a progression of genuine posts on Instagram. The 61-year-old model shared, “Jan 8th #ForeverLove #BowieForever”, alongside a photograph of Bowie as a kid with the notable Ziggy Stardust image on his face.