David Bowie is sharing a dimly lit -- and, frankly, chilling -- video that's just as intriguing as his epic new song, an orchestral collaboration called 'Sue (Or in a Season of Crime).' You can watch the video above.

'Sue (Or in a Season of Crime)' is one of two new tracks to be included on a forthcoming career-spanning retrospective set called 'Nothing Has Changed,' along with a more dance-oriented solo creation called ''Tis a Pity She Was a Whore.' This new clip, directed by Tim Hingston and Jimmy King, includes images of Bowie working with the Maria Schneider Orchestra projected across the walls of abandoned subway tunnels in New York and London.

Due on Nov. 18, 'Nothing Has Changed' also promises a number of previously unheard cuts -- most notably music from Bowie's unreleased 2001 album 'Toy.' The set, available in two-disc and three-disc editions, will explore Bowie's 50 years of music in reverse chronological order.

Both 'Sue' and ''Tis a Pity' will be available as downloads and also on Nov. 28 as a limited-edition 10-inch single for the Black Friday edition of Record Store Day.