The official and verified Twitter account of Pink Floyd announced a new movie named Later Years due to celebrating the 5th anniversary of their last album called The Endless River.
The page has shared a trailer of a new film called ‘Later Years’, which is created by Ian Emes. The film also will be included ‘Later Years’ box-set, which is an upcoming massive box-set featuring some rare materials from Pink Floyd history.
Here’s the statement of Pink Floyd:
“As we mentioned yesterday, it’s five years since Pink Floyd’s final album, The Endless River, was released.
Here’s a brief look at a new film for the album, created by Ian Emes, which is included within the #LaterYears box set.”
A fan named Dead Preacher commented:
“I will always love me some Pink Floyd, but it’s never been that great since Roger Waters left. The song of the story and magic left with Waters!”
Another fan named Kristof talked very hard:
“The Endless River as interludes between songs on The Division Bell = a classic PF album as good as The Wall.
Too bad I can only get this mix via bootleg mashup on the internet.”
You can see watch the trailer below.
As we mentioned yesterday, it's five years since Pink Floyd's final album, The Endless River, was released. Here's a brief look at a new film for the album, created by Ian Emes, which is included within the #LaterYears box set. pic.twitter.com/I56NRswu4d
— Pink Floyd (@pinkfloyd) November 10, 2019