Explore hyperinflation in Pink Floyd’s ‘Money’ concert screen film
Pink Floyd have released the screen film that accompanied Money on the band’s 1994 tour. Watch it above. The video features a surreal allegorical tale that complements the theme of the song, with some bizarre imagery that might evoke a certain avant-garde music collective.
The release precedes that of The Later Years, a huge 18-disc box set that focuses on the band’s post-1987 material. The set will include the Money concert film, as well as footage of their 1989 Venice concert and 1990 Silver Clef Winners show – alongside much more. The set’s previously unreleased footage and audio totals 13 hours.
The box set will be released on 29 November this year. Preorder it here.
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