- 17 Apr 20
Every Friday for the past two years, Pink Floyd has released short-form music videos from their archives and box sets. Today the band will release Pulse, recorded in 1994 at Earls Court, London during The Division Bell Tour.
Pink Floyd will release short-form music videos from their archives and box sets every Friday at 5PM.
On the release YouTube writes: “These last few weeks at home have given us all a better appreciation for basic human interactions, especially when it comes to sharing and experiencing live music. One thing we’ve realized is we don’t have to stop enjoying those moments just because we’re staying safe at home.”
“In the spirit of connectedness and continuing to celebrate live music, even when our favorite artists are also staying safe at home, for the first time, bands like Pink Floyd, Radiohead, Metallica, The National and more have been and are set to release unseen and/or archived concert footage LIVE on their Official YouTube channels on a weekly basis for fans around the world to enjoy,” the video streaming service writes.
Many of the bands are using these live footage moments to raise funds and awareness for COVID-related causes that are near and dear to them.
The reworked release of their performances follows the news of the release of their first live recorded single, 'Arnold Layne', in celebration of Record Store Day 2020, tomorrow April 18.
Catch their restored Pulse performance below.