The Endless River - New Pink Floyd album due in October

A previously unreleased Pink Floyd’s album will be released in October. "The Endless River" will bring material that was recorded in 1994 during sessions for "The Division Bell"- the hitherto last album.

The news was given by the wife of David Gilmour - via Twitter. According to Polly Samson, album sessions that will bring the latest keyboardist Richard Wright (1943-2008) recorded with the group.

For years PF fans hear about a whole album of ambient and instrumental music that was recorded but never released by the band in the '90s.

What is known now is that Gilmour and drummer Nick Mason decided to work on these tapes, adding instrumental overdubs and vocals also, to judge by the statements given by the singer Durga McBroom-Hudson - who toured with the band this time.

McBroom-Hudson told the website Consequence Of Sound to the principle that they would launch an all instrumental album, but in December last year she recorded some vocals for the project and said that Gilmour is singing at least one of the tracks.