Our new issue goes on sale on Tuesday, July 28, 2015

As David Gilmour returns with his latest studio album, he invites Uncut to his houseboat recording studio moored on the river Thames for a world exclusive interview.

On sale in the UK from Tuesday, July 28, the new issue sees Gilmour reveal the secrets of his brilliant new album, Rattle That Lock, and look back at the many peaks of his illustrious career.

“In some ways, I think I’ve found my feet,” says Gilmour of his new album. “It’s quite late in life to start finding one’s feet, I must admit. Or at least, to find them again…”

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Meanwhile, Gilmour reflects on his extraordinary musical adventures, from “Fat Old Sun” to On An Island and The Endless River – with help from his oldest friends and collaborators. We hear stories involving Steve Marriott’s old home, Tiger Moths, the pizza restaurants of southern France and Smiths cover versions.

We learn, too, which song reminds David Gilmour of Syd Barrett – and which song reminds him of Roger Waters

All will be revealed in the new issue of Uncut. Available in UK shops and to buy digitally from Tuesday, July 28.

The issue comes with a FREE GRATEFUL DEAD CD: our historic attempt to piece together the album that should have followed “Workingman’s Dead” and “American Beauty”…

You can find more details about how to order Rattle That Lock, plus David Gilmour’s forthcoming tour dates, by clicking here.

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The History Of Rock – a brand new monthly magazine from the makers of Uncut – a brand new monthly magazine from the makers of Uncut – is now on sale in the UK. Click here for more details.

Meanwhile, the September 2015 issue of Uncut is on sale in the UK on Tuesday, July 28 – featuring David Gilmour, a free Grateful Dead CD, Bob Dylan and the Newport Folk Festival, AC/DC, Killing Joke, the Isley Brothers, Julien Temple, Ryley Walker and more.

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  • yakumpakenappeh

    I was surprised by it. It just sounded like a bland pop song. Rattle that lock.
    I just heard it, and still am in some kind of disgusted shock. But if David liked it, that is all that matters really.

  • Simon Haddock

    Not sure about this track …does seem a little ‘middle of the road ‘ …we’ll see. Maybe in the context of the album it may fit and sound better.