Watch the Uneasy New Video for David Bowie’s “No Plan”

Today would have been the 70th birthday of the late David Bowie, but the artist lives on in a new video that was released at midnight. “No Plan” is about as pensive and anxiety-inducing as it gets, featuring a stack of TVs in an old electrical shop window (Newton Electrical on Foxgrove Road, referencing his The Man Who Fell to Earth character and the street Bowie lived on in London before releasing “Space Oddity”) flashing images of space travel and the song’s lyrics about life and death. “No Plan” is one of three final recordings Bowie made before his death on January 10, last year. The tracks “Lazarus,” “Killing a Little Time, and “When I Met You” from his last album Blackstar have been collected for the No Plan EP to commemorate the artist.