Led Zeppelin share interactive video for alternate version of ‘Trampled Under Foot’

Explore the house of 'Physical Graffiti' with this new clip

Led Zeppelin have unveiled an interactive clip for one of the bonus tracks from their ‘Physical Graffiti’ reissue.

The group recently re-released their sixth studio album, with a rough mix of ‘Trampled Under Foot’ retitled as ‘Brandy & Coke’.

This interactive video was created by company Interlude – who are also responsible for Bob Dylan’s interactive video for ‘Like a Rolling Stone’. It allows you to navigate your way through the house from the ‘Physical Graffiti’ album cover. Watch below.

Last week, Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant joined Jack White on stage at Lollapalooza Argentina for a rendition of 1969 track ‘The Lemon Song’. White had been performing the song recently on his ‘Lazaretto’ world tour.

Meanwhile, it has also emerged that Plant is collaborating with Diplo on a mystery project. Though Plant is not credited as one of the guest stars on new Major Lazer album ‘Peace Is The Mission’, the pair were pictured together on Diplo’s Instagram over the weekend alongside the caption: “Collab coming soon.”