A Musician Reimagined Nirvana’s “Endless, Nameless” in the Style of Pink Floyd
An Australian musician named Steve Welsh recently released a unique version of the Nirvana song “Endless, Nameless.” He decided to reimagine the song in the style of another iconic band, Pink Floyd. Welsh is the lead singer for a band called Dead City Ruins.
“Endless, Nameless” was released as a hidden track on Nirvana’s breakthrough 1991 album “Nevermind” and it also appeared as the B-side on the “Come As You Are” single that the band released in March 1992.
Nirvana was elected to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2014 and Pink Floyd gained that honor back in 1996.