Only four days after Pink Floyd dropped the first bit of music from their first album in 20 years, they have given the world another peek. You can stream another 30-second snippet from 'The Endless River' above.

While the first clip contained some trademark melodic Fender Stratocaster work from David Gilmour, this new, unnamed segment highlights Richard Wright on the piano. You can also hear strings gently pulsing underneath as Nick Mason's cymbals provide Typically Floyd spacey atmosphere.

Arriving Nov. 10, 'The Endless River' is a mostly instrumental album with only one track, 'Louder than Words,' containing vocals. Its foundation is built upon jams the band made during the writing and recording of 1994's 'The Division Bell,' to which Gilmour, Mason and others added overdubs. Those were the last sessions Wright did with Pink Floyd before his death in 2008.

'The Endless River' will also be available in a Deluxe Edition that contains a 24-page book and a DVD/Blu-ray that contains 39 minutes of "non-album audio-visual material," three bonus tracks and several hi-def remasters. It can be pre-ordered from their website.

10/3 UPDATE: Pink Floyd teased another 30-second sample from 'The Endless River.' You can listen to it below.  

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