As the coronavirus lockdown is being extended in many parts of the world, including the United Kingdom, people are finding it harder and harder to pass the time cooped up in their homes. In an effort to make the quarantine period easier, the rock legends have decided to roll out full-length recordings to some of their iconic live performances, kicking things off with the psychedelic, laser-light infused show Pulse. The visuals were true to the band's pioneering progressive aesthetic and make the show a treat for the eyes even as the band's groundbreaking discography scores the performance. Hopefully something to enjoy while we StayHome! The band plans on releasing one live show every Friday for the next three weeks. The ones going up will be two shows from Pompeii, one with the whole band in and the other by guitarist and singer David Gilmour in , as well as a s performance in the KQED television studio before the band found mainstream success with Dark Side of The Moon in
The band plans to upload more of their iconic concerts over the next few weeks
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New Delhi: To keep fans entertained during quarantine, English rock band Pink Floyd will stream its full-length archival concerts for free every Friday, starting 17 April, on YouTube. Whilst the band have been running PinkFloydFriday for a couple of years, releasing a different music video at 5 pm UK every seven days to start the weekend in style, for the next four weeks, a full concert performance will be available at YouTube. Until now, this legendary music band had been sharing snippets and short video clips from its archives, but with the UK extending its lockdown period to at least another three weeks , Pink Floyd has decided to stream concerts for free. Other iconic bands like Radiohead and Metallica have also been sharing full-length concerts to help fans overcome this grim period. In an attempt to help frontline healthcare workers, Global Citizen is also hosting a virtual concert series on 18 April Saturday.
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