Pink Floyd has launched a new “daily evolving playlist,” titled ‘Syd, Roger, Richard, Nick and David – An Evolving Pink Floyd Playlist.’ The playlist contains previously unavailable, rare tracks, and it will be updated daily to include even more Pink Floyd gems.

According to a press release, “this new and exciting way to rediscover and immerse in Pink Floyd’s music will kick off with the currently unavailable track “Us & Them (Live at The Empire Pool, Wembley, London 1974)” from the 2011 Immersion box set of ‘The Dark Side Of The Moon’.”

“With specially curated album tracks added daily and appearing at the top of the playlist, the selection will gradually evolve with the addition of the band’s best-known classics to deeper album tracks,” the press release continued.

“During this period of lockdown, isolation and uncertainty, it might help to make time each day to immerse yourself in music, so each day we will be adding a new track into the playlist that you can find at the top of the band’s Spotify page, if you choose that particular streaming service for this,” wrote the band in a social media post.

“Each day, this will build into the perfect playlist to help you navigate these challenging times,” the band’s post continued. “From the best known classics, to deeper album tracks, you’ll find each day’s new track at the top of the playlist. As a bonus, each Friday we will be adding one of the currently unavailable bonus tracks that were featured in the Immersion boxsets a few years back.”

The first four Friday tracks will be:

May 29 – Have A Cigar (Alternate Version) – ‘Wish You Were Here’ Immersion
June 5 – Any Colour You Like (Live at Wembley 1974) – ‘The Dark Side Of The Moon’ Immersion
June 12 – Run Like Hell (The Wall WIP pt2 Band Demo) – ‘The Wall’ Immersion
June 19 – Money (Early Mix 1972) – ‘The Dark Side Of The Moon’ Immersion

To check out the playlist, click here. Read Pink Floyd’s full post below.

Beginning today Syd, Roger, Richard, Nick and David is a new and evolving playlist from Pink Floyd. During this period…

Posted by Pink Floyd on Friday, May 22, 2020