Recorded at the Pitchfork Music Festival
One of the leading figures of British shoegazing, a group whose influence and style has marked generations of artists around the world, their break-up in 1996 plunged their fans into despair.
After almost twenty years of absence and a mythical and founding album, "Nowhere", it came as a surprise when Ride finally announced, in 2014, their return to the stage for a concert at the prestigious Coachella festival and an appearance at the 15th anniversary of the Barcelona Primavera festival the following year. There then followed a sell-out European and American tour that encouraged the group to return to the studio, and to release, in 2017, their first album in twenty-one years: "Weather Diaries".
Acclaimed by the critics, it is with this album that Ride celebrate their return to Paris with a concert at the Pitchfork Festival.