Pink Floyd are set to kick off a career-spanning vinyl re-issue project next month.
The band released final studio album 'The Endless River' in November 2014, with the album becoming the fastest-selling UK album release of the century thus far.
Leafing through their catalogue, Pink Floyd have set out plans to re-issue each of their studio albums on high grade vinyl.
The project kicks off on June 3rd with the band's classic 1967 debut album 'The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn'.
The first batch of releases also includes the transitory 1968's 'A Saucerful Of Secrets', 1969's 'More' soundtrack and the double album 'Ummagumma'.
Each release will replicate the original sleeve and will be pressed on 180 gram vinyl.
Pink Floyd kick off their vinyl re-issue project on June 3rd.