Like many bands lately, Pink Floyd has opted to stay connected with their fans by providing a weekly livestream of rare and previously unseen concert footage.
The band had been releasing restored and re-edited music videos of archival performances on their YouTube channel on a weekly basis. Now, they’ll be sharing full concerts every Friday at 12 PM EST.
The first release is Pulse, Pink Floyd’s 1995 concert film from London’s Earls Court as the band was in the midst of a 14-night residency at the venue. The show comes from Pink Floyd’s The Division Bell Tour and marks the first-ever video recording of the band playing their legendary album The Dark Side of the Moon in its entirety.
Clocking in at 22 total songs, the concert features Pink Floyd classics like “Shine On You Crazy Diamond,” “Another Brick in the Wall (Part 2),” “One Of These Days,” “Wish You Were Here,” and “Comfortably Numb.”
While the livestream won’t be showing the concert film in its entirety, it features a full performance of The Dark Side of the Moon and other Pink Floyd staples.
The film was originally released on VHS and Laserdisc in 1995, but saw considerable delay before coming to DVD in 2006.
Pink Floyd shared their upcoming release schedule in a Facebook post and made note that each performance will be archived on their YouTube channel for fans unable to watch it live.
4/24: Live At Pompeii
5/1: An Hour With Pink Floyd (1970 KQED Broadcast)
5/8: David Gilmour Live At Pompeii