Yes featuring Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin and Rick Wakeman have shared a live performance video of "Rhythm Of Love", taken from their upcoming "Live at the Apollo" concert album.
Recorded during their Manchester show in early 2017, "Live at the Apollo" will be available 2CD, 3LP, DVD and Blu-ray on 7th Sept. You can watch the full performance above.
The song originated from the 1987 Yes album "Big Generator" when Wakeman was not part of the band at the time.
In an interview with Billboard, Rabin described "Rhythm of Love" as one of the band's favourite songs to perform live despite the difficult origins of the song.
Guitarist Rabin confirms that there is a high possibility of more new songs. Previously the band had revealed their first original song titled "Fragile" in July. Rabin indicated that they had been offered many record deals but they were turned down because the band does not want to commit. He also said that they don't intend to make a record contract and if they did, they would do the recording first before deciding on what to do with the material.
There won't be some announcement that Yes signs to whatever. That's not something we're even interested in.
When discussing the controversy of ARW claiming the Yes name, Rabin claims they have the right to use the name legally and ethically, especially their vocalist Anderson who is the only original living member today as well as the lead songwriter and singer. Rabin said, "So from that point of view I think calling this Yes is a pretty honest appraisal. I'm just happy to be part of it, whatever it's called."