1979 was a landmark year for Pink Floyd with the release of "The Wall" in November. This double album was a rock opera exploring themes of isolation, loss, and rebellion. The album featured hits like "Another Brick in the Wall, Part 2," "Comfortably Numb," and "Hey You." It was a commercial success, reaching the top of the charts in several countries, and became a cultural phenomenon.The concept of "The Wall" revolved around a central character, Pink, who builds a metaphorical wall around himself, symbolizing isolation and detachment from society. The album's narrative structure and theatricality were groundbreaking, further solidifying Pink Floyd's reputation for creating complex and immersive musical experiences.Following the album's release, Pink Floyd began planning a major tour and a film adaptation of "The Wall." The band collaborated with artist and illustrator Gerald Scarfe to design the album's artwork, stage sets, and animations, adding a visual dimension to the album's themes.