FOUR decades since Pink Floyd released influential album The Wall, a concept show will bring it back to life in Tamworth.
Echoes of Pink Floyd started 10 years ago and the result is a band that sounds as close to the real deal as one can get.
The Wall is a complex album and its success came down to a perfect storm of the right words paired with the right music at the right time, keyboard player Paul Bindig said.
"The basic story revolves around a character called Pink and is largely based off Pink Floyd's Roger Waters' own life," he said.
"The Wall is this metaphor for the barrier we place around ourselves to prevent us being hurt.
"The album charts this journey to adulthood where various things happen and another brick is put in that wall, as the album ends Pink comes to the realisation he needs to tear that down and reconnect."
Echoes of Pink Floyd aims to give an experience that delivers the sights, sounds and emotions of a genuine Pink Floyd concert. The band has spent thousands of hours perfecting their sound, Mr Bindig said.
"We've been lucky enough to combine our passion with our job," he said.
"Pink Floyd fans are passionate about the music so if you purport to be like the album - you better deliver that. "We thrive on that because we want to be as accurate as possible, we aren't happy with just a bit of perfection."
Echoes of Pink Floyd is on at Tamworth Capitol Theatre on November 15.