Now, this really could be nothing more but tabloid trash, but bear with us in case it's not...
Rumours are flying here, there 'n' everywhere, and they're all singing from the same hymn sheet - Pink Floyd, apparently, will reform again to perform a series of shows at London's Royal Albert Hall.
If what we've read proves to be correct, the veteran proggers will play for two weeks solid, from late October 'til early November this year. Which would be nice, no?
Um, any official word on this and we'll let you know.
UPDATE: 16.55, Monday January 30
Computer says no. Well, the band do, anyway.
David Gilmour and company have issued a statement saying that rumours such as those above are utterly false.
"Nick, Richard, Roger and I are telling fans directly that this is not happening," said Gilmour, shortly before buffing one of his many guitars he never uses any more with a passing poodle, one of many that runs freely on his estate, one of many acres. And other uses of the word 'many'.
Of course, this could be double-bluffing. Double-buffing. Bye.