Pink Floyd has put out a presumably last video in November 11 release of its huge new box set The Early Years 1965-1972.
The band has released a newly created clip for the unreleased song “Nothing Part 14,” considered one of a wide range of videos which might be a part of the huge 27-disc audio and video bundle.
Pink Floyd can be releasing a 2-disc distillation The Early Years — Cre/ation, that includes 27 songs from the box together with “Nothing Part 14.”
Drummer Nick Mason took part in a YouTube chat in regards to the projects on Wednesday (November 9), explaining that the band, like other bands, has modified its tune over time about releasing materials from its vaults:
“It is a sea-change…It was unthinkable, 30 years in the past, that we would release something except our ultimate final version. Everybody was nervous about bootlegs and the truth that people would get to listen to it within the incorrect type, or too early. Now there is a sense that, if people are interested by how we develop one thing, that is effective.”