18 year old Ahmed Emad Eldin is a mysterious Egyptian artist,  flowing on the roots of Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon’s  iconic prism.The fresh young digital artist has created something very unique for Pink Floyd’s upcoming new instrumental album.The band found the artist perfect for the album cover as it’s surrealist and open to imagery in many forms, locks in perfectly with past Floyd artwork experiences.

Endless River will pay homage to Rick Wright, their late keyboardist and finds David Gilmour and Nick Mason using uncompleted works of previously unreleased sessions with Rick. Sprung from sessions of 1994’s ‘Division Bell’, the 18th track ‘Endless River’ is shaped from a period of mega jams and spliffs.

Endless River has grown out of late unreleased recordings which will will be as ambient and narrative prone as Animals.

Just to indulge more hype, the album is said to promise more “mellifluous keyboards, jazz-tinged drums, musique concrete, ethereal vocals, and distinctive, emotional lead guitar. The track-list follows:

‘Things Left Unsaid’
‘It’s What We Do’
‘Ebb and Flow’
‘Sum’
‘Skins’
‘Unsung’
‘Anisina’
‘The Lost Art of Conversation’
‘On Noodle Street’
‘Night Light’
‘Allons-y (1)’
‘Autumn’68′
‘Allons-y (2)’
‘Talkin’ Hawkin”
‘Calling’
‘Eyes to Pearls’
‘Surfacing’
‘Louder Than Words’

Endless River is Pink Floyd’s 15th studio album, due out worldwide November 10.