A 'new' version of David Bowie's 'Beat Of Your Drum' has found its way online.
The project is part of 'Never Let Me Down (2018)', a new version of Bowie's final album from the tumultuous decade known as the 80s.
A long mis-understood record, the performer himself expressed a desire to return to the album before his death.
Given a fresh edit, this new version of 'Never Let Me Down' is featured in the incoming box set 'Loving The Alien'.
As a bonus, a new seven inch picture disc has been pressed, featuring new edits of 'Zeroes' and 'Beat Of Your Drum'.
That latter is now on streaming services, with producer Mario McNulty commenting: “David Torn’s ambient guitars start the song that now lead into a much darker world than its shiny predecessor. David sang all the backing vocals on this which I have kept.”
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