Pink Floyd were accused by a whole cohort of ‘fans’ for including a rainbow in the new logo to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the ‘Dark Side of the Moon.’
The English rock band shared a new spin to their iconic album cover to mark half a century since its release. The cover, which had included a rainbow being refracted through a prism, was misinterpreted as Pink Floyd going ‘woke.’
Some commenters said that they swore off the band from that moment onwards, with others saying that it is making them losing stupid.
However, other, more attuned fans of the band went on to point out that the rainbow had been part of the logo since the launch back in 1973.
Dark Side of the Moon was the eighth studio album to be released by the rock band and became one of the most acclaimed albums of all time. It sold 45 million copies worldwide, making it the fourth best selling album in history.