Pink Floyd Shares New Official Video For “Green Is The Colour” Ahead Of Upcoming Compilation Release

first_imgPsychedelic pioneers Pink Floyd are getting ready to release a massive new box early next month that spans the earliest stages of their career (when Syd Barrett was still at the helm) through just before the release of their seminal album The Dark Side of the Moon. The 27-disc, 130-track compilation, titled The Early Years 1965-1972 dives deep into the band’s archives including full albums, previously unreleased tracks, demos, studio outtakes, rare live footage, and more–totaling 12 hours of audio and 15 hours of video content.After Barrett’s departure from the band, the band worked on the soundtrack for the independent film More directed by Barbet Schroeder. The band has just released a new official music video for the breezy tune “Green Is The Colour” from the More soundtrack, featuring footage of crashing waves and clouds blowing in the wind with early live footage of the band. You can enjoy the video below, as premiered by Rolling Stone.The Early Years 1965-1972 will be available for purchase on November 11th on Amazon and iTunes.last_img

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