Led Zeppelin’s Interactive Video Engages Fans Who’ll Never See Them Tour
To celebrate the 40th anniversary of their album Physical Graffiti, Led Zeppelin released an interactive new video, which allows users to peer into the windows from the original album cover.
Rolling Stone reported on the video, quoting Jimmy Page as saying the video is “like a voyage of discovery, a topographical adventure.”
And while Jim points out that Live Rules! and fans are willing to shell out more than ever to see their favorite acts live, when you’re a band that isn’t touring anymore this seems like a fantastic way to engage old and new fans with your music.
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