Footage of Placebo playing ‘Every You, Every Me’ on TFI Friday surfaces – watch

See a young Brian Molko and co perform their ’99 single

New footage of Placebo performing their 1999 single ‘Every You, Every Me’ has surfaced.

The London three-piece can be seen in the grainy video on the set of TFI Friday 16 years ago playing in front of the live studio audience.

The ’90s TV show made a come-back in June for its 20th anniversary, with huge guests including Blur, Liam Gallagher, Stone Roses and more.


This year Placebo also had a 20-year milestone to celebrate, as it’s been two decades since the release of their self-titled debut album. They marked it with a remastered re-release of ‘Placebo’ on limited edition red vinyl to coincide with Record Store Day. The band have also released remasters of a few of their other milestone LPs with variously coloured vinyl.

‘Without You I’m Nothing’ comes in yellow and is available now; ‘Black Market Music’ will be available in bronze from November; ‘Sleeping With Ghosts’ comes in blue as of February 2016; and ‘Meds’ comes in pink and will be ready to buy from April 2016.

In February of this year Placebo also announced they had decided to finally stream their entire back catalogue online for the first time in their career.

Watch Placebo perform ‘Every You, Every Me’ on TFI Friday below:


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