I also do, which proves that there will be a few exceptions among this youth ... I like multi-part pieces, which during their duration evolve and change, sometimes ending in a completely different way than they started, or after traveling a certain way along the staves of the land sounds return to the original theme. And PF provides us with such songs.
Everybody going to be dead one day, just give them time
I associate Pink Floyd primarily with the High Hopes music video, which even made a huge impression on me. Maybe it's due to the slow pace? There is something mesmerizing about it. I know the rest of PF's work only in The Wall, but I feel it's time to catch up.
The moment you doubt whether you can fly, you cease for ever to be able to do it