YES, I HAVE GHOSTS is the first new song from David Gilmour in 5 years and features the voice and harp playing of his daughter Romany. Available to stream / download now: https://smarturl.it/davidgilmour
The inspiration for the track was the new novel ‘A Theatre for Dreamers’, by Polly Samson, who also wrote the lyrics. The song has previously only been available as part of the ground-breaking audiobook for the novel. Set on the idyllic Greek island of Hydra in 1960, 'A Theatre for Dreamers' captures the hazy, sun-drenched days of an expat bohemian community of poets, painters, and musicians, including a 25 year-old Leonard Cohen.
The Sunday Times bestseller ‘A Theatre For Dreamers’ by Polly Samson is out now: https://smarturl.it/atheatrefordreamers
Yes, I Have Ghosts (David Gilmour / Polly Samson)
David Gilmour Vocals, Guitar, Samples, Programming
Romany Gilmour Vocals, Harp
John McCusker Fiddle
Damon Iddins String quartet sampling
All other instruments by David Gilmour
Produced by David Gilmour
Mixed by Andy Jackson with David Gilmour
Engineer David Gilmour, Damon Iddins
Mastered by Andy Jackson, Tube Mastering
Video directed by Gavin Elder
‘Yes, I Have Ghosts’ released via Columbia Records / Sony Music on July 3rd, 2020.
‘Yes, I Have Ghosts’ published by Pink Floyd Music Publishers Ltd. administered by Concord Music Publishing LLC
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The copyright in this sound recording and artwork is owned by David Gilmour Music Ltd.
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David Gilmour CBE, the voice & guitar of Pink Floyd, hit No. 1 in the UK with his 2006 solo album On An Island. Following Pink Floyd’s final album, 2014’s The Endless River, David released his latest studio album, Rattle That Lock, in 2015, followed by the album and film Live At Pompeii in 2017. Buy via http://www.davidgilmour.com
A Cambridge friend of Syd Barrett, David joined Syd, with Roger Waters, Richard Wright, and Nick Mason, in Pink Floyd in early 1968, only for Syd to leave the group five gigs later. Pink Floyd's subsequent huge worldwide success continued after Roger Waters' departure in 1985, with the albums A Momentary Lapse Of Reason and The Division Bell both charting at No. 1 in the UK and the US, and sell-out world tours. Rattle That Lock, David’s 4th solo album, went to No. 1 in 13 countries.
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