David Gilmour comes back to a standout amongst the most renowned locales in Pink Floyd, and world history in the amazing new trailer for David Gilmour Live at Pompeii. The up and coming show film will air one night just September 13th in over 2,000 movie theaters around the world.
Filmmaker Gavin Elder directed the new movie, which captures Gilmour’s performances at the Pompeii Amphitheater on July 7th and 8th, 2016. The film features performances of tracks from Gilmour’s last two solo albums, 2006’s On an Island and 2015’s Rattle That Lock close by Pink Floyd works of art like an uncommon live version of “The Great Gig In the Sky.” In the trailer, Gilmour tears through The Wall’s “Comfortably Numb,” releasing its brave guitar solo amidst a stunning light show.
Gilmour and Pink Floyd broadly recorded their 1972 show film Live at Pompeii at the Pompeii Amphitheater with director Adrian Maben. Gilmour tells Rolling Stone that returning to the Amphitheater 45 years after the fact invoked recollections of playing with Pink Floyd keyboardist and prime supporter, Richard Wright, who passed on in 2008.
Tickets are a bargain for screenings of David Gilmour Live at Pompeii using the film’s site. Additional participating theaters will be announced soon, while fans living in a territory without a screening can ask for the film through a frame on the film’s site.