Pink Floyd release a remix of their 1987 classic “Sorrow”

    The new version will appear on their forthcoming boxset, ‘The Later Years.’

    David Gilmour Pink Floyd
    David Gilmour of Pink Floyd. Image: Fabio Diena / Shutterstock

    Rock icons Pink Floyd have released a remix of “Sorrow,” which originally appeared on their 1987 album, A Momentary Lapse of Reason.

    The new version, which features additional contributions from late keyboardist Richard Wright and drummer Nick Mason, appears on the band’s forthcoming 16-disc box set, The Later Years.

    The collection packages a wide array of post-1987 rarities and previously unreleased live performances. It’ll also feature an alternative version of “High Hopes,” which closes 1994’s The Division Bell.

    The Later Years box set arrives December 13. Listen to the remix of “Sorrow” here: