A spectacular show of music and light delighted rock fans in the Granite City.
The Australian Pink Floyd Show brought the eye-catching visuals and incredible musical talents that one would expect from a Pink Floyd tribute to The Music Hall in Aberdeen on Sunday.
All That You Love saw The Australian Pink Floyd Show perform a selection of Pink Floyd's classic hits, covering their albums The Dark Side Of The Moon, Wish You Were Here, Meddle, Animals and The Wall.
Every musician on the stage was able to show their talents and the practically full house lapped up every note from beginning to end.
Cheers and applause noted the audience's appreciation of each song that was chosen for the set list, with each number ending with a rapturous applause.
Of course, a Pink Floyd tribute is never just just about the music.
An impressive, and almost overwhelming, light show was accompanied by video presentations which were played in eerily perfect timing with the music played live on stage and some very popular inflatables, including the iconic Australian Pink Floyd mascot Skippy the giant pink kangaroo.
It is nigh on impossible to not get distracted by the dramatic visuals and just become fully absorbed in the experience, and because of this time flies by with everyone have a good time.
By the end of the night the whole Music Hall was on their feet for a well deserved standing ovation which led to an inevitable encore which itself triggered an even louder standing ovation for the band.
The Australian Pink Floyd Show are clearly at the top of their game in the world of Pink Floyd tribute bands and there is no doubt as to why they have remained one of the most popular tributes to the rock band even after three decades of performing, and their up to date video presentations (which showed Boris Johnson as prime minister and touched on issues around technology and data sharing) helped to add a modern perspective to the band's timeless songs.
The Australian Pink Floyd Show's All That You Love show is currently touring the UK, with a date in Glasgow later this month, and is a must-see for any Pink Floyd fan.