Pink Floyd fans are in for a rare treat as the band agrees to make their whole back catalogue available via Spotify. The only bargain being, that diehard fans adamantly stream their 1975 single, â€œWish You Were Hereâ€ over 1 million times.
No problem. After a public tweet sent out from FLOYD on Thursday, the single became available to stream the following day via Spotify. It hit the 1 million mark just this morning. So now, just like that, fans can access the bands full catalogue by demand, for free via Spotify!
Spotify is currently the only free streaming music service to carry Pink Floydâ€™s full catalogue and can be found HERE. Just think, all these precious and timeless albums — â€œWish You Were Hereâ€, â€œDark Side of the Moonâ€, â€œThe Wallâ€, â€œDivision Bellâ€, along with all their others available for you to stream for free just at the click of a button!
Avid FLOYD fans truly understand just how lucky they are to be able to stream the bands full catalogue via Spotify. For years, listening to FLOYD online has been pricey due to the fact that their singles and albums have only been available via Amazon and iTunes, as well as the recently launched Xbox Music service. These services allow you to buy Pink Floyd tracks, but not stream them thru a subscription service such as Spotify does.
If you donâ€™t have a Spotify account already, you can access their FREE 30 DAY TRIAL and if you feel the groove of it, you can become a premium member for only $9.99 a month, allowing you to stream free music whenever and wherever you want.