“Green Is The Color” Arrives On The Small Display screen
Pink Floyd as we knew them could also be solely a reminiscence nowadays, however that’s not stopping them from digging deep into their vaults to search out new and revolutionary methods to dazzle us! Just weeks away from the discharge of Pink Floyd’s extremely anticipated box set The Early Years 1965 – 1972, this week noticed the band launch a model new music video for “Green Is The Color” from 1969’s More album, conserving in step with their plan to unearth audio and video spanning their earliest days with frontman Syd Barrett by means of proper earlier than their business breakthrough with Darkish Facet of the Moon.
Fun Fact: The tin-whistle you hear in “Green Is The Color” is performed by drummer Nick Mason’s then-wife, Lindy Mason.
An atmospheric, nearly ethereal music video that features photographs of Pink Floyd’s August eight, 1970 efficiency at the Pop Deux Competition in Saint-Tropez interspersed with fantastically shot time-lapsed footage of nature to tie this sluggish constructing psychedelic monitor collectively, “Green Is The Color” walks that beautiful line between artwork and actuality that many bands immediately wrestle with the place Pink Floyd has all the time excelled. In case you cherished their video for “Grantchester Meadows,” then this one ought to be proper up your alley; they each share artistic director Aubrey Powell and Nick Edwards, who shot all the model new footage for each movies. Test it out within the video beneath!