The Endless River may be Pink Floyd's last studio album, but that doesn't necessarily mean fans won't get more music they've never heard before.
Drummer Nick Mason tells Billboard there's still material in the band's archives, and there's always a discussion going on about what they could do with it. Mason says projects like that are usually more driven by the record company, but he adds that they're "always open to their ideas."
Plenty of archival material surfaced as part of Pink Floyd's 2011 reissue campaign. But their 1977 album Animals wasn't part of that, and Mason says it's at the top of his list of music he'd like to revisit.
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