Pink Floyd are eradicating a few of their catalog from digital music platforms in Russia and Belarus, the band introduced in the present day. “To face with the world in strongly condemning Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the works of Pink Floyd, from 1987 onwards, and all of David Gilmour’s solo recordings are being faraway from all digital music suppliers in Russia and Belarus from in the present day,” they wrote.
The musical output that may disappear from Russian and Belarusian platforms consists of the Pink Floyd studio albums A Momentary Lapse of Motive (1987), The Division Bell (1994), and The Limitless River (2014). Gilmour has additionally launched 4 solo studio albums in his profession, the newest one being 2015’s Rattle That Lock.
Pitchfork has reached out to representatives for Gilmour and the band for extra data.
Earlier this month, Gilmour confirmed his assist for Ukraine with a message on Twitter: “Russian troopers, cease killing your brothers. There will probably be no winners on this struggle. My daughter-in-law is Ukrainian and my grand-daughters need to go to and know their stunning nation. Cease this earlier than it’s all destroyed. Putin should go.”
Roger Waters, who left Pink Floyd in 1985, has additionally condemned Russia and President Vladimir V. Putin’s invasion of Ukraine. “I’m disgusted by Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, it’s a prison mistake for my part, the act of a gangster, there should be an instantaneous ceasefire,” he wrote in an open letter to a Ukrainian fan this week. “I’ll do something I can to assist impact the top of this terrible struggle in your nation, something that’s besides wave a flag to encourage the slaughter.”