In 1974, Pink Floyd continued to capitalize on the success of "The Dark Side of the Moon." The album remained on the charts, and the band embarked on extensive tours across Europe and North America, including their iconic performances at Wembley Stadium in London. These concerts featured elaborate stage setups, with increased use of visual effects and quadraphonic sound, enhancing the overall concert experience.During this year, Pink Floyd began working on new material, including early versions of songs that would later appear on "Wish You Were Here" and "Animals." The band introduced some of these new tracks during live performances, giving audiences a preview of their evolving sound and concepts.Despite their growing popularity, the band faced internal challenges, with differing creative directions and personal dynamics creating tension. Nonetheless, Pink Floyd's performances and continued success kept them at the forefront of the rock music scene.