Saturday 21 July, 8:30 pm
Well, not the The Machine, but to Just Floyd.
Pink Floyd. What could be said about this multi-platinum super-group that hasn’t already been said? They are one of the most creative and enduring bands of all time.
Maidstone-based Just Floyd pride themselves on capturing the sound and feel that was the magic of the live Pink Floyd. They have a lightness and relaxed authenticity to their performance that is often commented on and commended – and feels closer to the original spirit of Pink Floyd than some of the robotic, studio performances typical of many tribute bands. There is an edge to this band’s sound – live music at its best. It’s no surprise that the current line-up has been described as ‘the most authentic live Pink Floyd tribute’.
Playing around the UK, with the occasional excursion into Europe, notable gigs include the Blue Room at London’s O2 Arena for Roger Waters’ Saturday performance of ‘The Wall’, the open-air Bromley Amphitheatre and opening the three-day Crystal Palace Park Garden Party festival, some forty years after Pink Floyd headlined there.
This band can seemingly please even the most die hard Pink Floyd fans – audience comments such as “spot on” and “absolutely brilliant” are the norm, even at the smallest venues. If you enjoy the music and sound of Pink Floyd, do yourself a favour and see Just Floyd, just as soon as you can – you will not be disappointed.