David Gilmour has never been the speediest fellow when it comes to maintaining his solo career.
David Gilmour may not have been too interested in doing much to promote Pink Floyd’s The Endless River, but his upcoming solo album will get him on the road.
David Gilmour's upcoming solo album is progressing nicely, says longtime collaborator Phil Manzanera.
Watch new video as David Gilmour makes a surprise appearance with a British indie rock band on Saturday, performing Pink Floyd's acoustic-driven classic 'Wish You Were Here.'
After the 20-year hiatus that followed 1994's 'The Division Bell,' there was clearly plenty of pent-up demand for new music from Pink Floyd, but guitarist David Gilmour thinks that isn't the only reason for the massive pre-order sales that greeted the band's new 'Endless River' album.
David Gilmour tends to take quite a few years off between projects, so it might seem safe to assume that the release of Pink Floyd's 'The Endless River' will be the last we'll hear from him for some time.
Lamenting the breakdowns in personal relationships is a tradition in Pink Floyd's music -- and one that continues with 'Louder Than Words,' the sole vocal number from the band's upcoming farewell album, 'The Endless River.'
Given that it took 20 years to get here and arose partly out of leftover performances recorded during the sessions for 1994's 'Division Bell' LP, it seems safe to assume that most Pink Floyd fans aren't expecting another album out of the long-dormant group after 'The Endless River' arrives Nov. 10.
'Metallic Spheres' provides us with hints as to what a forthcoming Pink Floyd studio project might bring.
The Pink Floyd guitarist's wife has uploaded an in-session photo to Instagram.