Pink Floyd re-form to support Ukraine - new song

David Gilmour and Nick Mason have released a track to show support for Ukraine. They put it out under the name Pink Floyd. Its a result of Gilmour's stance on the Russian invasion and having played with a set a few years ago with Andriy Khlyvnyuk, frontman of Ukrainian rock band BoomBox. Khlyvnyuk has since joined the resistance army in Ukraine and was injured by a mortar. That's when Gilmour caught up with him and the facetime collaborative effort was born.

The resulting track is Hey Hey, Rise Up!, a new single by Pink Floyd that samples Khlyvnyuk’s performance, to be released at midnight on Friday with proceeds going to Ukrainian humanitarian relief.

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Gilmour was asked about Roger Waters and his stance on the invasion and some of Waters' statements. It’s a subject on which Gilmour won’t be drawn into. “Let’s just say I was disappointed and let’s move on. Read into that what you will.”


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