Patience is a virtue, especially if you were hoping to ever see new material from Pink Floyd’s fourth studio album, Ummagumma — so congratulations, we have some rockin’ good news for you! To coincide with the band’s upcoming box set, The Early Years 1965–1972, a nice, soothing video for the Roger Waters–penned “Grantchester Meadows” has been released. The video features a rare performance of the song taped for the BBC — juxtaposed with modern pastoral scenes — with Waters and David Gilmour providing the acoustic vocals and guitars, and Richard Wright joining in on the piano. “Grantchester Meadows” is a tribute to a small village near Cambridge, England, and yes, it does indeed feature stellar contributions from taped songbirds. Those birds deserved an ambient-music record contract, dammit.