David Bowie has a new home. Columbia Records signed the rock icon to multi-record deal through the artist’s ISO Records. Bowie’s first studio album in three years, “Heathen,” will be released on June 1.
Bowie will collaborate with producer Tony Visconti for the first time in over two decades. Visconti worked with Bowie on “Young Americans,” “Low,” “Heroes” and “Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps).”
“I can’t think of a better home for the music that will be made for ISO than Columbia,” Bowie said in a press release. “After my first couple of meetings with the people at Columbia, it was apparent that their enthusiasm for what Tony and I are doing right now borders on boundless.”
The singer plans on performing at European and American festivals during the summer.