In 1970, Pink Floyd released their fifth studio album, "Atom Heart Mother," in October. The album is notable for its ambitious use of orchestral elements and a collaboration with composer Ron Geesin on the epic title track, which featured a full brass band and choir. This album's experimental nature demonstrated the band's willingness to push the boundaries of rock music.Pink Floyd also embarked on extensive tours in the UK, Europe, and the United States, playing at significant venues and festivals. Their appearance at the Bath Festival of Blues and Progressive Music in June was a highlight, where they performed the entirety of "Atom Heart Mother" with the brass band and choir, creating a grand spectacle.Additionally, the band worked on another film soundtrack for "Zabriskie Point," directed by Michelangelo Antonioni. Although their contributions were not used in the final film, the experience expanded their scope in working with different mediums.