New Pink Floyd Album Features BDSHole Who Is NOT Roger Waters

Not news: There is a BDSHole on Pink Floyd’s latest album.

News: It is NOT Roger Waters.

On November 10th, Pink Floyd will unveil The Endless River, their first album in two decades. Although the new LP is a mostly instrumental affair, this long-awaited Floyd album will feature one familiar “voice”: physicist Stephen Hawking’s artificial voice appears on The Endless River track “Talkin’ Hawkin’.” Pink Floyd previously recruited the scientist, who communicates using a speech-generating device, to serve as narrator on their The Division Bell single “Keep Talkin’,” but “Talkin’ Hawkin'” will not be a sequel to the 1994 track.

As for Waters..

Former member Roger Waters recently issued an angry statement about his lack of involvement in the new Pink Floyd album. Waters, who left the band in 1985, issued the message to fans via Facebook after receiving inquiries about his role in ‘The Endless River’. Explaining that he has nothing to do with the album and that he is no longer a member of the band, Waters signed off the message by telling people to “get a grip”.


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