The Endless River is out this October.
David Gilmour's partner Polly Samson has confirmed via Twitter that Pink Floyd will release a new album this year.
Entitled The Endless River, the legendary band's first LP since 1994's The Division Bell will be based on '94 sessions and will contain contributions from late keyboardist Richard Wright.
Wright passed away in 2008.
Gilmour and Nick Mason have recently been working on the material. Originally set to be an instrumental record, Gilmour has added vocals to at least one track. Expect it to drop in October.
Btw Pink Floyd album out in October is called "The Endless River". Based on 1994 sessions is Rick Wright's swansong and very beautiful.— Polly Samson (@PollySamson) July 5, 2014
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