Pink Floyd‘s David Gilmour has suggested the original members of the band could get together for another one-off gig in the future.
However, the singer and guitarist claimed that a full tour was unlikely.
Referring to continual rumours of a reunion, Gilmour told BBC 6Music: “Who knows? Who knows the future? I haven’t absolutely said ‘no’ to the possibility but I think that in reality any sort of long-term thing together is not going to happen.
“We did the one-off thing and that was probably enough for me but we shall see. At my incredibly advantaged age – having achieved this – I’ve earned the right to sit on my ass for a little while and consider what to do next.”
The four members of Pink Floyd‘s most famous incarnation – Roger Waters, currently touring his own version of the band’s classic 1973 album ‘The Dark Side Of The Moon’, Nick Mason, Rick Wright and Gilmour – reunited for a one-off set at 2005’s Live8 charity festival in London‘s Hyde Park.