Thursday, October 28, 2021

Led Zeppelin join TikTok

Led Zeppelin have joined viral video site TikTok.

The iconic band’s full catalogue is now available to its community via the @ledzeppelin account that will feature artwork and graphics, classic live performances, and other video content.

TikTok users can now create videos soundtracked to any song from Led Zeppelin’s full discography, encompassing over 100 total songs across their landmark studio and live albums, including some of their most legendary tracks such as “Whole Lotta Love,” “Stairway To Heaven,” “Rock And Roll,” “Black Dog” and “Ramble On.”

The group introduced themselves on the video platform with a post featuring a snippet of the remastered version of their 1970 “Led Zeppelin III” track, "Immigrant Song", and quickly followed that up with a second clip featuring music from their 1975 “Physical Graffiti” epic, “Kashmir.”

TikTok recently announced that more than 1 billion people around the world access their site every month.

This week, Led Zeppelin also launched a 50th anniversary video series focused on their 1971 album, “Led Zeppelin IV”, on their social media channels; the first episode in the series features the record’s opening track and lead single, “Black Dog.”
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