Pink Floyd star says reformation will happen

But it's about love, not cash

Pink Floyd will reform for one last tour – if drummer Nick Mason can convince co-frontmen Roger Waters and David Gilmour to put their differences aside.

Rumours were rife that the classic line-up would get together for some dates after they appeared together onstage for the first time in 25 years at last summer’s Live8 concert in London‘s Hyde Park.

However, Gilmour, who recently topped the UK album chart with his ‘On An Island’ LP, has repeatedly stated he isn’t interested in a full-time reformation. On his recent UK tour, however, he featured a number of Floyd classics in his set.

Waters, meanwhile, has been pressing ahead with his own plans – and will perform the Floyd classic ‘Dark Side Of The Moon’ in full in London’s Hyde Park on July 1, with help from Mason.

In the long-term, Mason is convinced that Gilmour and Waters can put their differences aside and get together one more time.

He told the Daily Express: “I’ve just finished playing with David at his recent solo concerts and I’m about to play a show with Roger. I call myself the Henry Kissinger of Pink Floyd!”

He added: “I’d love for it to happen again ad I really do think Pink Floyd will play together again – but it would have to be for love, not money.”