If you're one of those people who responds to new album news with the phrase, "I'll believe it when I see it," now you can believe it. Some pictures of Pink Floyd's new album, 'The Endless River' have surfaced.

Well, sort of. Over at Neptune Pink Floyd, they've been sent some photos of the vinyl master arriving at Quality Sound Pressings in Salina, KS. Clicking on the shot of the packing list clearly reveals the band's name, album title and that it's a double album. The package arrived from The Mastering Lab in Ojai, CA.

A spokesperson from Quality Sound Pressings told the site, “We’re ecstatic that QRP was chosen to press ‘The Endless River’ on vinyl and proud that our recent pressing of ‘The Division Bell’ was so highly received. When we say we press the world’s finest-sounding LPs, we mean it.”

Pink Floyd shocked the world this summer when they announced that they would release 'The Endless River,' their first album of new material since 1994, in October. It consists of songs built out of ambient instrumentals they recorded during the making of 1994's 'The Division Bell,' and marks the last sessions with keyboardist Richard Wright, who died in 2008.