David Gilmour has shared a second music video from his 2015 album, Rattle That Lock. Watch the clip for "Faces Of Stone" above, via Gilmour's YouTube.
On Gilmour's Facebook page, he shared some personal insight about the song:
Towards the end of my mother’s life, when she was suffering from dementia, there was a brief crossover period of about 9 months, when she was alive and my daughter was newly born: this song is a musing on that time. Specifically it refers to a walk in the park where my mother was ‘seeing’ pictures, or ‘faces of stone’, hanging in the trees.
The video features black and white footage of a confused woman wandering a beach landscape and entering what looks like to be a house party before somehow ending back up on the beach. We also see David Gilmour singing and playing the song, which is always a joy to watch.
Previously, Gilmour shared an official music video for "The Girl In The Yellow Dress," including an interview where he talks about making it.
Gilmour has also announced concert dates for 2015-2016 where he'll be playing in support of Rattle That Lock. For more information on that, as well as his latest music and news, check out his Zumic artist page.
Source: David Gilmour YouTube