Pink Floyd‘s David Gilmour is currently working on new solo album.

Gilmour’s wife Polly Sampson shared photos on social media of her husband working on a “new album” at British Grove Studios.

In the pictures, Gilmour is seen with various artists such as Brian Eno‘s brother, pianist Roger Eno and Guy Pratt – who has worked with both Pink Floyd and Gilmour on various occasions.

Other artists seen in the photos include drummer Adam Betts, who has worked with Pulp and dance acts including Pete Tong, Goldie and Squarepusher, and bassist Tom Herbert, who has played with Mercury Prize-nominated bands The Invisible and Polar Bear.

Producer Charlie Andrew, known for his work with the likes of Alt-J, Marika Hackman and Suvi, is also present in the pictures.

The project would mark Gilmour’s first album since 2015’s Rattle That Lock. In between, he has only released a stand-alone single, “Yes, I Have Ghosts,” in 2020.

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