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Apr 07, 2022

Classic rock legends Pink Floyd have shared “Hey Hey Rise Up,” their first new song in 28 years, in support of the Ukrainian people in the face of the Russian invasion. The song features Ukrainian musician Andriy Khlyvnyuk, of the band Boombox, and was shared via a video. More

Pink Floyd – Reflecting on the 50th Anniversary of “Meddle”

The Album First Came Out on October 31, 1971

Nov 17, 2021

A psychological product of the band’s rigorous touring schedule, the often delirious Meddle was recorded incrementally during their downtime, and upon its October 31, 1971 release was greeted with positive reception, the influence of David Gilmour’s increasingly prominent presence being noteworthy to some critics. In terms of atmosphere, Meddle feels heavier and murkier than Atom Heart Mother, whose largely sunny disposition had been responsible for much of its charm. Like its predecessor, however, Meddle boasts a brief but diverse tracklist that wastes no time dithering over devotion to one specific genre. More

Nov 10, 2014

Releasing their brand new album The Endless River today, Pink Floyd have premiered a music video for “Louder Than Words,” the last song featured on the record and the only to have lyrics. More

Listen: Pink Floyd – “Louder Than Words”

The Endless River is Out Nov 10 on Parlophone/Columbia

Oct 09, 2014

On Nov 10, Pink Floyd will release The Endless River—an album that member David Gilmour has called the band’s last. More

Pink Floyd Detail New Album, “The Endless River”

First Album In Over Twenty Years

Sep 23, 2014

Earlier this summer Pink Floyd shocked fans with the announcement that the band would be releasing a brand new album titled The Endless River, their first since 1994’s Division Bell. More

New Pink Floyd Album Announced

The Endless River Out October

Jul 05, 2014

David Gilmour’s wife Polly Samson nearly broke Twitter today when she announced a new Pink Floyd album is due out in October. According to the tweet, The Endless River is taken from 1994 Division Bell sessions with Floyd keyboardist Richard Wright, who died in 2008. More

Mar 31, 2014

Maybe this is an early April Fools joke? With The Flaming Lips, who can say? More

Oct 17, 2013

Forgotten Songs is our recurring series where a musician or one of our writers examines a song they love that they feel has been overlooked. For this edition of Forgotten Songs, Elf Power frontman Andrew Rieger writes about Pink Floyd’s 1967 song “Vegetable Man” by way of The Jesus and Mary Chain. More

Sep 29, 2011

Last night Jimmy Fallon continued his weeklong musical tribute to the works of Pink Floyd with guests MGMT. More

The Shins and MGMT to Cover Pink Floyd on “Jimmy Fallon”

A Week of Tributes Starts This Monday

Sep 23, 2011

Next Week, Late Night With Jimmy Fallon is heading to the dark side of the moon. The talk show’s musical guests—which include the likes of The Shins and MGMT, will be covering Pink Floyd tracks. We have the details. More

Watch The Flaming Lips Perform a Pink Floyd Cover on KCRW

They Play Dark Side of the Moon's "Eclipse" on Morning Becomes Eclectic

Oct 19, 2009

Last week we reported that The Flaming Lips have recorded a track-by-track cover album of Pink Floyd’s seminal Dark Side of the Moon. Last Friday Wayne Coyne and co. stopped by the studio’s of Santa Monica-based public radio station KCRW to record a session for Morning Becomes Eclectic. While there they covered Dark Side of the Moon‘s “Eclipse.” We have the video. More

The Flaming Lips Collaborate with Stardeath, Henry Rollins, and Peaches on Pink Floyd Redo

Get Ready for a Track-By-Track Interpretation of 1973's Dark Side of the Moon

Oct 16, 2009

Wasting no time after the recent release of Embryonic, The Flaming Lips have already recorded their next ambitious release complete with a couple of special guests. Wayne Coyne and co. have recorded a track-by-track interpretation of Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon. More




Reviews

Nov 25, 2014

Have Pink Floyd, never the most beloved band in certain music critic circles, finally beaten the industry and signed off with an unreviewable album? After all, it is the critic’s duty to devote a record their full attention, to listen closely and examine it in detail. More