British rock band Pink Floyd is releasing a brand new album this October, 20 years after their last CD, The Division Bell, came out, David Gilmour's wife announced via Twitter.

Polly Samson, who is married to the group's guitarist and vocalist, casually let slip the album, titled The Endless River, would be available later this year:

The record will feature music from the band's keyboardist and co-founder, Rick Wright, who passed away from cancer in 2008.

First founded in 1965, Pink Floyd is hardly the first classic rock group to take a long hiatus between albums. Scroll down for six more bands who've opted for a comeback!

The Go-Go's — 17 Years

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3rd Album: Talk Show (1984)

Last Album: God Bless The Go-Go's (2001)

The Eagles — 28 Years

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6th Album: The Long Run (1979)

Last Album: Long Road Out of Eden (2007)

Electric Light Orchestra — 15 Years

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12th Album: Balance of Power (1986)

Last Album: Zoom (2001)

KISS — 11 Years

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22nd Album: Psycho Circus (1998)

Last Album: "Sonic Boom" (2009)

Guns 'N Roses — 15 Years

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5th Album: The Spaghetti Incident? (1993)

Last Album: Chinese Democracy (2008)

The Who — 24 Years

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11th Album: It's Hard (1982)

Last Album: Endless Wire (2006)