The clip was filmed at the Royal Festival Hall

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Pink Floyd have shared rehearsal footage taken in 1969.

The clip finds the band performing “The Beginning (Green Is The Colour)” during rehearsals before their performance at the Royal Festival Hall, London on 14 April 1969.

This clip and others are included on the CD/DVD/Blu-ray package Pink Floyd – The Early Years 1969 Dramatis/ation, which also includes a photo booklet, memorabilia from the period, and a credits booklet. Available from March 24, 2017.

You can watch two other early Floyd clips below.

Interstellar Overdrive“, filmed for the Granada TV programme Scene – Underground at the UFO Club, London on 27 January 1967
Taken from Pink Floyd – The Early Years 1965-1967 Cambridge St/ation
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5uqzMaNPljM

Instrumental Improvisation” from The Sound Of Change, a BBC TV programme filmed in London on 26 March, 1968. Taken from Pink Floyd – The Early Years 1968 Germin/ation
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NONiJdZKt7s

The band have also released a trailer for the forthcoming Their Mortal Remains exhibition.

The exhibition runs from May 13 – October 1, 2017 at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum and includes more than 350 objects and artefacts on display, many of them never before seen, including hand-written lyrics, musical instruments, letters, original artwork and stage props.

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