Roger Waters: I would consider playing concert on US-Mexican border
Feb 17 2017 by Francis Osborne
Waters is best known for thematically-connected releases after all, most notably Pink Floyd albums The Wall, Animals and The Final Cut.
In a rare public appearance alongside drummer Nick Mason, the two former Pink Floyd members discussed their new exhibition as well as what would happen when Donald Trump visits the UK.
Waters will embark on his extensive Us + Them North American tour this summer and fall starting in late May, and the bassist said that the tour will consist of "25% new" material, so the new record may be released ahead of the dates. It will be followed by an global tour, Us & Them. "But there needs to be an awakening period. before something like that can happen". But, first of all, the sewers are clogging with the greed of powerful men...
"It's very odd the way things have swung into the realm of the absurd in the United States of America".
The pair also revealed they would consider playing Glastonbury, with Mason saying: "I think it would be nice to add it to the list". "But I don't think it's very likely", while Waters dismissed the question about a Floyd reunion, saying, "It's so tiresome".
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Speaking at the launch of "The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains" at The May Fair Hotel in London on Thursday (02.16.17), he said: "I get asked quite often if I'd do "The Wall" again because I stopped a couple of years ago".
He remembered: "It was really cold, but there were a lot of people and it seemed very jolly and I liked it".
Roger Waters' legendary live performances are renowned as immersive sensory experiences featuring high class, state-of-the-art audio visual production and breathtaking quad sound. "Yeah, I would do it again".
Mason replied: "I heard he'd retired and then he seemed to unretire, so we don't know".