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26 October 2021

Led Zeppelin Launch Official TikTok Account

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Led Zeppelin have launched their own official TikTok account (@ledzeppelin) that will feature Led Zeppelin artwork and graphics, classic live performances, and other video content. TikTok have also announced today that the music of Led Zeppelin is now available to its community. Check out Led Zeppelin on TikTok HERE.

TikTok users will now be able to create videos soundtracked to any song from Led Zeppelin’s full discography, encompassing over 100 total songs across their landmark studio and live albums, including some of their most legendary tracks such as Whole Lotta Love, Stairway To Heaven, Immigrant Song, Rock And Roll, Black Dog, Ramble On, and Kashmir.

Led Zeppelin remain one of the most groundbreaking and popular groups in modern music, having sold more than 300 million albums worldwide. The band was founded in 1968 by Jimmy Page. Along with Robert Plant, John Bonham, and John Paul Jones, they began a 12-year reign during which the group was widely considered to be the biggest and most innovative rock band in the world. 8 November marks the 50th anniversary of their milestone fourth album Led Zeppelin IV, produced by Page, which continues to be one of the most artistically influential and commercially successful albums in the history of music and the sixth best-selling album of all time in the US. Led Zeppelin continue to be honored for their pivotal role in music history, counting a Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction, a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, and the Polar Music Prize among its many accolades.

It’s a busy time for the band, as fans eagerly anticipate their first ever authorised documentary, Becoming Led Zeppelin. “This one, it’s everything about the music, and what made the music tick,” Page told AP when describing the film. “It’s not just a sample of it with a talking head. This is something in a totally different genre.”

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