Pink Floyd Shares Third Sample Of The Endless River

On November 10 Pink Floyd will officially release The Endless River, the group’s first new album since 1994’s The Division Bell. The Endless River will be available on CD, double vinyl and as a deluxe box set that includes 39-minutes of extra material. This morning the band has unveiled a third 30-second teaser of the new album and it most certainly has that signature Pink Floyd sound we know and love.

Have a listen to the third sample of The Endless River:

Gilmour’s guitar work is prominent in this clip as well and it has that spacey feel of much of Pink Floyd’s classic work.

A few weeks back Pink Floyd announced release details for their new album. The Endless River contains all instrumental tracks with the exception of “Louder Than Words,” which is said to feature lyrics that discuss the history of the band. Gilmour produced the album with Phil Manzanera, Youth and recording engineer Andy Jackson in recent years, though the starting point was material Gilmour, Wright and Nick Mason recorded during the 1993 Division Bell sessions. Roger Waters does not appear on the new Pink Floyd album as he made clear in a recent note.

In case you missed it, here’s the Gilmour-focused first teaser:

Take a listen to the second The Endless River sample: