Pink Floyd to release physical copies of new music for first time in 25 years
Pink Floyd is releasing two physical copies of their new music for the first time in 25 years, according to American Songwriter.
In particular, the outlet adds, the band’s single “Hey Hey Rise Up,” which was released in April to support Ukraine, will be available on vinyl and CD.
Currently available digitally, Pink Floyd will distribute the single on a 45 vinyl and CD on 21 October in the US. Both formats will feature a surprise from the band.
Along with “Hey Hey Rise Up,” the formats will also have a re-worked version of “A Great Day For Freedom” from the 1994 album The Division Bell. Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour reinvented the original song for the project.
Pink Floyd originally released “A Great Day For Freedom” in 1994 to mark the fall of the Berlin Wall.