Pink Floyd have released a new track from their forthcoming final LP, The Endless River.
Like much of the new album – scheduled for release on the 10th of November – the track is an instrumental piece.
You can listen to “Allons-y” below:
Amazon recently revealed that The Endless River is their most pre-ordered album of all time, beating the previous record holder, One Direction’s 2013 album Midnight Memories.
Director of Amazon EU Digital Music, Steve Bernstein, said of the statistic: “Pink Floyd now have the most pre-ordered album on Amazon, which is an outstanding achievement for the band and also it proves that they remain one of the most popular groups to grace the UK music scene.”
Pink Floyd frontman and guitarist David Gilmour continues to present The Endless River as Pink Floyd’s last ever album, but drummer Nick Mason still refuses to be so definitive. Speaking with Rolling Stone the sticksman said recently: “I think I’ll let David [Gilmour] do the, ‘This is the last, this is the end’… I now believe when I’m dead and buried my tombstone will read, ‘I’m not entirely sure the band’s over.'”
You can watch David Gilmour and Nick Mason discuss The Endless River in the 9 minute film featured below:
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