Pink Floyd Launch "Evolving Playlist" of Demos and Rarities

The band will draw material from their "Immersion" box set series
Pink Floyd Launch "Evolving Playlist" of Demos and Rarities
While a few of Pink Floyd's surviving members currently aren't on the greatest terms, the contributions of all five core members will be honoured with a new playlist project.

Pink Floyd have launched a new "evolving playlist" which will be populated in the coming weeks with catalogue classics, deep cuts and rarities originally included in the band's 2011 "Immersion" box set series.

A new song will be added to the playlist each Friday, beginning today with a live version of "Us & Them," recorded in London in 1974, which you can hear below.

The "evolving playlist" will be updated on Spotify and YouTube, while songs added will also find their way to Amazon, Apple Music and other digital retailers to stream and download.

Pink Floyd have also shared details on the rarities teed up for the next four Fridays: an alternate version of "Have a Cigar" (May 29), a live performance of "Any Colour You Like" (June 5), a demo version of The Wall cut "Run Like Hell" (June 12); and an early 1972 mix of "Money" from Dark Side of the Moon (June 19).

Earlier this year, Pink Floyd shared archival concert footage online.