Having performed to over a quarter of a million fans across Europe in 2011, Brit Floyd will be returning in 2012 for their new show, ‘A Foot in the Door’. The show which celebrates the release of the brand new, official Pink Floyd greatest hits album of the same name, will include a number of tracks selected, personally, by the Pink Floyd band members themselves.
As an extra bonus, and back by popular demand, the show will also include a full, 23 minute show-stopping rendition of Echoes, taken from Pink Floyd's classic 1971 album, Meddle.
Brit Floyd will also be launching a brand new association with creative mental health charity Squeaky Gate at the show. A collective of musicians from the charity will be joining Brit Floyd on stage performing a selection of specially prepared Syd Barrett songs. Squeaky Gate was set-up in 2009 by Simon Gunton (Royal College of Music), and is supported by Rosemary Breen, the sister of Pink Floyd co-founding member Syd Barrett. The charity uses the transformational effects of music to help people who have mental health issues.