Twenty-one years after Up, Peter Gabriel unveiled, this morning, Panopticom, a song that can be found on his new album i/o, which will be launched later this year.
The ex-singer of the formation Genesis took advantage of the arrival of the full moon to launch this new piece.
On this 5 minute 13 track, Peter Gabriel is accompanied by bassist Tony Levin, guitarist David Rhodes, drummer Manu Katché, Brian Eno, who offers electronic elements and backing vocalist Rioghnach Connolly from the band The Breath< /em>.
The version posted online and available on the various listening platforms bears the subtitle Bright Side Mix, which suggests that the version that will be found on the album could be slightly different.
< p>Since the release of Up in 2002, Peter Gabriel released Scratch my Back, a cover album, New Blood, featuring orchestral versions of some of his songs and the singles Courage, I'm Amazing and The Veil in 2013 and 2016.
i/o will be a first album of original material since Up .
Peter Gabriel intends to unveil a new song every new full moon in the year 2023.
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