Earlier this summer, news broke that Pink Floyd was working on a new album, its first in 21 years. Now we have a few more, slightly underwhelming details about that teased record, The Endless River. The four-sided double-LP is mostly instrumental, though one song, “Louder Than Words,” will feature lyrics by David Gilmour’s wife Polly Samson. The album is meant as a tribute to the band’s late multi-instrumentalist Richard Wright, who died in 2008, and it uses material first recorded during 1993’s The Division Bell sessions—including some tracks Wright appears on—as a starting point.

The Endless River is due out Nov. 10. A full tracklist is below.

The Endless River

Side 1:
01 “Things Left Unsaid”
02 “It’s What We Do”
03 “Ebb And Flow”

Side 2:
04 “Sum”
05 “Skins”
06 “Unsung”
07 “Anisina”

Side 3
08 “The Lost Art Of Conversation”
09 “On Noodle Street”
10 “Night Light”
11 “Allons-y (1)”
12 “Autumn ’68″
13 “Allons-y (2)”
14 “Talkin’ Hawkin’”


Side 4
15 “Calling”
16 “Eyes To Pearls”
17 “Surfacing”
18 “Louder Than Words”