The expensive-looking new clip features computer generated man and woman having a brief sexual encounter before dissolving into tiny pieces.
Late last month, David Bowie dropped his low-budget video for James Murphy's remix of "Love Is Lost". Now, the British singer decides to treat fans with a new expensive-looking clip for the same track.
Directed by Barnaby Roper, the 10-minute visuals opens with a kaleidoscope of clapping hands which later transforms into black and white images with geometric shapes. The images then generate two naked figures, a man and a woman.
The couple is seen engaging in a steamy make-out session before starting to dissolve back into simple digital lines. Bowie himself doesn't appear in the clip.
"Love Is Lost" is taken from "The Next Day", Bowie's first album of new material in 10 years that was released back in March. The first video for the song's remix was released on Halloween. It was recorded in Bowie's Manhattan office space by the singer himself.
The entire video only cost $12.99, the price of a USB stick onto which Bowie transferred the finished version.
David Bowie's "Love Is Lost" (Hello Steve Reich Mix) music video