David Bowie fans will get the next song from his new album "The Next Day" next week.
The veteran rocker posted a photo on his Facebook page over the weekend listing the song title, "The Stars (Are Out Tonight)" as well as the date 02.26.13 and a new photo.
It will be the follow-up to "Where Are We Now?," which appeared without warning on January 8, Bowie's 66th birthday, along with the announcement of his first new album in a decade.
And while "Where Are We Now?" leans to the ethereal side, "The Next Day" co-producer Tony Visconti tells us we can expect "The Stars (Are Out Tonight)" and the album's other 12 tracks to rock a bit harder: "Most of the album is uptempo rock songs, some very innovative new styles as well. I can't give too much away, but there's some very familiar Bowie on it. Obviously you're gonna get some classic Bowie. But then there are some tracks that are so far out he's never recorded anything like this before. And they sound oddly commercial, the really extremely far-out ones."
"The Next Day" is due out March 12. Visconti says Bowie does not plan to tour or give interviews to support the album, but he's not ruling out the possibility of some live or TV performances.