Pink Floyd has joined TikTok.
The ‘Comfortably Numb’ hitmakers joined the video-sharing platform on Monday (30.05.22), marking 50 years to the day they started working within the recording studio on their seminal album ‘Darkish Aspect’. of the Moon’.
The group is understood for his or her modern use of photos and their distinctive new posts on the app are certain to be no totally different.
TikTok customers will be capable of entry official Pink Floyd sounds for their very own posts, with music from all 15 of the group’s studio albums within the app’s sound library, and hitmakers from ‘One other Brick Within the Wall’ they hope this can “encourage modern movies”. making”.
In March, the group eliminated their music from “all digital music suppliers” in Russia and Belarus following the invasion of Ukraine.
Guitarist David Gilmour, who has household within the Ukraine, has additionally introduced that every one of his solo work might be scrapped.
Pink Floyd stated in an announcement: “Help the world in strongly condemning the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the works of Pink Floyd, from 1987 onwards, and all David Gilmour solo recordings are being faraway from all music suppliers. digital music in Russia and Belarus. from at present.”
David, 76, wrote in a separate social media put up: “Russian troopers, cease killing your brothers. There might be no winners on this conflict. My daughter-in-law is Ukrainian and my granddaughters wish to go to and get to know her lovely nation. Cease this at first is destroyed. Putin should go.”
The band’s founding member Roger Waters, who left Pink Floyd in 2005, lately wrote an open letter to 19-year-old Ukrainian Alina Mitrofanova, calling Russian President Vladimir Putin’s assault on the nation a “gangster act.” “.
The 78-year-old musician wrote: “I’m disgusted by Putin’s invasion of Ukraine. It’s a legal mistake in my view, the act of a gangster.
“There have to be a right away ceasefire. I remorse that Western governments are fueling the hearth that can destroy their lovely nation by pouring weapons into Ukraine as a substitute of participating within the diplomacy that might be essential to cease the slaughter.”