With the band's first new album in 20 years on the horizon, Pink Floyd fans are living what seemed until recently like an impossible dream.
Pink Floyd continued on for years after Roger Waters quit the band in 1985, still enjoy platinum sales and sold-out tours even without the creative input of the band's longtime guiding hand.
Lamenting the breakdowns in personal relationships is a tradition in Pink Floyd's music -- and one that continues with 'Louder Than Words,' the sole vocal number from the band's upcoming farewell album, 'The Endless River.'
Surviving Pink Floyd members David Gilmour and Nick Mason open up about the creative process behind the band's new album, 'The Endless River,' in an interview segment recently posted to their YouTube channel.
After teasing fans with 30-second samples of some new songs over the past couple weeks, Pink Floyd have finally unveiled a full track from their upcoming album, 'The Endless River.'
Given that it took 20 years to get here and arose partly out of leftover performances recorded during the sessions for 1994's 'Division Bell' LP, it seems safe to assume that most Pink Floyd fans aren't expecting another album out of the long-dormant group after 'The Endless River' arrives Nov. 10.
We're learning more about Pink Floyd's first album in two decades as the release date nears.
Ticking away the moments that make up a dull day?
Pink Floyd albums have a long, rich history of beautiful artwork -- one that continues with the group's upcoming LP, 'The Endless River.'
Pink Floyd made their legend with a series of '70s-era triumphs constructed by the David Gilmour / Nick Mason / Roger Waters / Richard Wright lineup.