Deep Purple Share New Single ‘Pictures Of You’

Following the success of their single “Portable Door,” Deep Purple have released “Pictures Of You,” the second song from their upcoming album =1.

“Pictures Of You” is now available for streaming and as instant gratification track with all digital download pre-orders for =1.

Additionally, the single is offered as part of a four-track bundle which features two previously unreleased live recordings from 2022 in Milan, Italy: “When A Blind Man Cries” and “Uncommon Man.”

The physical pre-sale of “Pictures Of You” has begun. The single will be released on CD and 12″ vinyl on June 28, with each format being strictly limited to 5,000 pieces worldwide, and each copy being numbered by hand.

Accompanying the new single release, the official music video for “Pictures of You” premiered on Deep Purple’s YouTube channel.

The first music video for “Portable Door,” featuring the band performing live on stage, quickly surpassed one million views. In the new video, fans will see Deep Purple in their element, performing together.

Produced by the iconic Bob Ezrin, =1 encapsulates the band’s philosophy of unity amidst complexity, promising an album that resonates deeply with their five decades spanning hard rock legacy.

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