During the last episode of his podcast, Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour touched on the most important topic – REUNION!
“No, you’re not such a good psychologist. That stuff doesn’t enter my sphere, you know. Just phew – gone.”
I can’t imagine you enjoying being asked this, but do you have any future plans for Pink Floyd to get back together?
“Yeah, the inevitable question. We don’t have any plans right now, it’s still Nick [Mason] and me on – I suppose you could say some sort of extended hiatus, you know. One day in the future, who knows? Never say never.”
What’s next aside from this auction? Your eyes set on new musical horizons?
“You know, I write bits of music, I work… I haven’t done much lately, but other things in my life are tiding up a little bit – clear spaces coming up to me.
“And I will be getting into this studio and listening to hundreds of little bits of demos that I’ve got, and developing them, seeing where they go, and seeing if I get my appetite back to start recording a proper album and do all the stuff that goes with it.
“Entering into that has sort of, like – for me at least – the writing, the refinement, the recording, marketing of an album and doing a tour, rehearsal, getting musicians, all that, it takes a lot of time, and I usually find at the end that’s taken me about four years. It’s a commitment, which I’m yet to make.”