Latest issue of Italian/English Floyd fanzine Heyou now available
Written by Matt   
Thursday, 01 July 2021

Heyou Pink Floyd fanzine issue 36Just published is the latest issue (number 36 - cover date June 2021) of the Pink Floyd fanzine "Heyou" run by our friends over at the Italian website of the same name. The 52-page dual language magazine (in Italian and English), which is published every six months or so, catches up with things in the Floyd world.

Unlike other recent issues of Heyou, the latest edition selects just two subjects as its major focuses, not least as 2020 ended up being a year where despite the planned tours from Nick Mason's Saucerful Of Secrets and Roger Waters, very little happened due to the global pandemic.

The first feature covers around two-thirds of the magazine, and is the second part of a detailed article looking at the run of Wall concerts in 1980/1981, focusing on exactly what happened during the shows. The article was put together in conjunction with Vernon Fitch, a name familiar to many of you as a Floyd fan with an encyclopaedic knowledge. The article is illustrated with some very interesting photographs of the concert, tickets, passes, and more. The coverage concludes with The Show Must Go On, suggesting that the next issue will include the final, third part of the analysis.

Turning the clock back further, the magazine then focuses on the 1969 film, More, which the Floyd provided soundtrack music for. Their coverage includes contemporary reviews of the film, and a reprint of an interview conducted with Barbet Schroeder at the time.

A review from Flood Magazine of the Pink Floyd Live At Knebworth 1990 release precedes the normal wrap up of the recent news that concludes every issue - not a huge amount this time, of course, due to the current situation.

More details of the Heyou fanzine can be found at, where you can get individual copies, and subscription enquiries (four issues costing 35 euros within Europe, and 45 euros outside Europe) should go to  This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it - make sure you mention Brain Damage when you write!