Roger Waters has opened up about future prospects for Pink Floyd and says that the band "was over in 1985." Speaking with Britain's The Sun, the rock legend said that he's still close with some of his former band mates, but would never reform the group.
"I can't. I left Pink Floyd for very good reasons, and it was the right and proper thing to do. It was over in in 1985 - and it's still over. I'm having dinner with Nick [Mason, Pink Floyd drummer] tonight. He'd jump back in a heartbeat."
Although he would not rejoin the band, Waters has been busy keeping their music alive with his revival of The Wall tour last summer:
"I was determined that this show should not just tell the story of miserable little Roger Waters, but make it a much broader and theatrical piece about the walls that divide us - north and south, rich and poor, Christians and Muslims."
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