David Gilmour sits down to discuss and promote "The Later Years" box-set coming out in December during a four-part podcast series starting this Monday, November 25, with a new episode every following Monday coinciding with the release of the massive post-Roger Waters era material on December 13th.

Pink Floyd Podcast

“The Lost Art of Conversation” will premiere on all podcast platforms.

Each episode will focus on a particular theme:

Episode One: The Studio

The band’s return to jamming in the recording studio and embracing new technology when faced with new advances in synthesizers and other instruments.

Episode Two: Artwork

Gilmour explains his ideas for the band’s artwork including how his sketch of a single, empty bed was transformed by Storm Thorgerson into the image of 500 beds for the cover of 1987’s “A Momentary Lapse of Reason.”

A Momentary Lapse of Reason

Episode Three: Live performances

How the band prepared for the prospect of an upcoming tour, and the enormous pressure facing them while rehearsing in a massive aircraft hangar in Toronto.

Episode Four: Unreleased new material from the box-set

Gilmour talks about the loads of new and rare material included in “The Later Years.” His memories are jogged by watching footage of the band flying over Miami Beach, watching swimmers surrounded by sharks.

The band is billing this podcast as Gilmour’s only interview surrounding the launch of the 16-disc box that focuses on post-Roger Waters era Floyd.

Much more, including the tracking on each disc, here.