Thursday 29 September 2022 01:29 PM Pink Floyd promote new release at Battersea Power Station trends now

Thursday 29 September 2022 01:29 PM Pink Floyd promote new release at Battersea Power Station trends now
Thursday 29 September 2022 01:29 PM Pink Floyd promote new release at Battersea Power Station trends now

Thursday 29 September 2022 01:29 PM Pink Floyd promote new release at Battersea Power Station trends now

No flying pigs this time! Pink Floyd promote new release at Battersea Power Station 45 years after landmark provided the backdrop for band's 1977 iconic Animals album cover Pink Floyd is promoting a new album release at Battersea Power Station The station was the backdrop for the band's iconic Animals album cover in 1977 The band launched a light show at the station to promote Animals (2018 Remix)

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Their most famous album artwork has found in music collections across the globe for the last 45 years.

Now, Pink Floyd is promoting the release of its Animals remix album by lighting up the Battersea Power Station that provided the backdrop for the album's cover in 1977.

Pink Floyd self-produced its Animals album in the late 70s at Britannia Row Studios in London. The record's cover featured a now-infamous photograph of Battersea Power Station with a pink pig flying in the sky above it.

Earlier this month, the legendary English rock band released a new version of the hit album, titled Animals (2018 Remix). The album's cover includes a new shot of the power station and the iconic flying pig.

This week the band launched a light show at the station, projecting the album's original artwork, to promote the release. But much to fans dismay, the display did not include an inflatable pig. 

Pink Floyd is promoting the release of its Animals remix album by lighting up the Battersea Power Station that provided the backdrop for the album's cover in 1977

Pink Floyd is promoting the release of its Animals remix album by lighting up the Battersea Power Station that provided the backdrop for the album's cover in 1977

Earlier this month, the legendary English rock band released a new version of the hit album, titled Animals (2018 Remix). Nick Mason, Dave Gilmour, Rick Wright and Roger Waters of Pink Floyd are pictured (left to right) in 2005

Earlier this month, the legendary English rock band released a new version of the hit album, titled Animals (2018 Remix). Nick Mason, Dave Gilmour, Rick Wright and Roger Waters of Pink Floyd are pictured (left to right) in

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