Bowie unveils high-tech new video
David Bowie has premiered his latest new video featuring raunchy scenes of a naked couple in a steamy clinch, much of it created in a 3D scanner.
It comes just days after he showed off a film which cost him just £8 to create, to accompany the same track Love Is Lost, and was given its first play at the Mercury Prize ceremony last month.
The new ten-minute video features the couple kissing and cavorting, but features no appearance from Bowie himself.
The track appears on a revamped version of the veteran music star's recent album The Next Day.
Other videos for tracks from the release, his first original album for a decade, included appearances from Tilda Swinton, Gary Oldman and Berenice Marlohe.
His previous low-tech approach at a video for Love Is Lost was shot in a dark corridor of Bowie's New York office, and it was shot with the help of his assistant and best friend using a home video camera as well items from his archive.