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Roger Waters calls on human race to “change or die” in new tour video

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The musician says the This Is Not A Drill tour "will be part of a global movement"

Exclusive: New letter supporting Jeremy Corbyn signed by Roger Waters, Robert Del Naja and more

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An open letter written in support of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has collected over 30 signatories from a wide range of high-profile public figures, including musicians Roger Waters, Brian Eno, Thurston Moore, Kate Tempest, Robert Del Naja and Lowkey, NME can exclusively reveal. The support follows the release of a letter from other celebrity names who oppose Corbyn's position as leader...

Watch Roger Waters perform Pink Floyd’s ‘Dogs’ in exclusive clip from new documentary ‘Us + Them’

Roger Waters has previewed his new concert documentary Us & Them with a new clip which sees him performing Pink Floyd's seminal track 'Dogs'. Watch it exclusively on NME.com. In the latest clip from the film, a hologram of London's Battersea Power Station is seen floating in the middle of the crowd. It's a reference to Pink Floyd's legendary 1977...

Watch Roger Waters perform Pink Floyd’s ‘Wish You Were Here’ at pro-Julian Assange rally

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Roger Waters took part in the rally in support of the release of WikiLeaks' Julian Assange in London yesterday, surprising the crowd with a live airing of Pink Floyd's 'Wish You Were Here'. Read More: 50 geeky facts about Pink Floyd During the protest, which took place outside London’s Home Office on Monday (September 2), the musician told those in attendance:...

Watch the stirring trailer for Roger Waters’ special ‘Us + Them’ concert film

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Roger Waters has announced a new concert film of his recent 'Us + Them' tour - watch the stirring trailer for the movie below. The former Pink Floyd musician concluded the mammoth tour back in December, having performed to over two million people across 150 shows which spanned 18 months. The 'Us + Them' tour will now live on in an...

Disturbed’s David Draiman sings national anthem in Israel, calls Roger Waters “a very sick man”

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Disturbed frontman David Draiman has again criticised Pink Floyd's Roger Waters over his support for the Palestinian-led organisation BDS, as he geared up for his band's first ever show in Israel. Read More: Disturbed – ‘Evolution’, the NME review Draiman, who is Jewish, reportedly addressed the crowd in Hebrew at many points during Tuesday's (July 2) show at Live Park Rishon LeZion and...

Disturbed frontman slams Roger Waters “and his Nazi comrades” for demands to boycott Israel

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Disturbed frontman David Draiman has defended the band's decision to play a gig in Israel next month, which prompted criticism from fellow artists such as Roger Waters and the BDS movement, which campaigns for a boycott of the nation. “I’m a very, very strong supporter of Israel forever and for our people,” Draiman said in response, speaking in a video...

Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters ask Maroon 5 to ‘take a knee’ during Super Bowl Halftime show

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Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters has shared a video of himself asking Maroon 5 to “take a knee” during their Super Bowl Halftime performance. The Adam Levine-led band will play at halftime during Super Bowl LIII, which takes place at Atlanta's Mercedes-Benz Stadium on Sunday (February 3). Big Boi and Travis Scott will join them as special guests after they...

Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters uses his private jet to reunite a mother with her kidnapped children

Pink Floyd's Roger Waters used his private jet to reunite a mother with her kidnapped children. Felicia Perkins-Ferreira had not seen her children in over four years after they were kidnapped and taken to Syria by their father in 2014. After hearing of their plight, Waters flew Perkins-Ferreira out to the Iraq-Syria border so she could be reunited with her children, Ayyub and...

Lana Del Rey postpones her performance at Israel’s Meteor Festival

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Lana Del Rey has pulled out of Israel's Meteor festival following controversy about her appearance. On Twitter, Del Rey posted a statement earlier this evening (August 31) about her decision to withdraw from the festival. The singer wrote: "It's important for me to perform in both Palestine and Israel and treat all my fans equally." "Unfortunately it hasn't been possible to line...