The official and verified the Twitter account of Pink Floyd exposed the Early 1994 version of ‘High Hopes.’ This song was a song from their well-known album, ‘The Division Bell.’
In this tweet, they thanked the guitarist of the Pink Floyd, David Gilmour’s beloved wife, the novelist, Polly Samson for her contribution to this song.
Here’s what Pink Floyd wrote:
“Here’s the Early 1994 version of High Hopes from the band’s new The Later Years release. This song offers a great example of the importance of @PollySamson‘s evocative, lyrical contributions to later Pink Floyd material.”
A Twitter user named KurtHarlacher commented and wrote this:
“One of my favorite songs!!!”
Another fan named MikeEmerzian said this:
“The Grass was always greener with out the greed associated with R. Waters. Ask yourself where PF would have gone without DG.”
Check out the tweet below.
Here's the Early 1994 version of High Hopes from the band's new The Later Years release. This song offers a great example of the importance of @PollySamson's evocative, lyrical contributions to later Pink Floyd material. https://t.co/4t3FJadkYr
— Pink Floyd (@pinkfloyd) December 1, 2019
You can also listen to the unreleased, early version of ‘High Hopes’ below.