Today marks a year since David Bowie died and this day, in addition to his birthday two days ago (January 8) are being commemorated by small-scale and high-profile concerts alike (such as the charity concert in London featured musicians from Duran Duran and Def Leppard), the world over and to mark what would have been his 70th birthday, a new EP has been released, entitled No Plan, which you can listen to here.

Including the track Lazarus from Bowie's final album Blackstar and songs written for the musical Lazarus, the four songs released are believed to be the icon's final recordings and accompanies a video. Directed by Tom Hington, a British creative director who has collaborated with the likes of Grace Jones, Nick Cave, The Rolling Stones, Lady Gaga and Bowie himself previously, the music video for No Plan references Bowie's first film role in The Man Who Fell to Earth in 1987.

David Bowie’s final recordings released on his would-be 70th birthday