Just a few days after releasing a remote version of “Mother,” Roger Waters has shared a new clip, speaking against former bandmate and longtime adversary David Gilmour over the use of PinkFloyd.com.

“Why is this [“Mother”] video not available on a website that calls itself the Pink Floyd website? Well the answer to that is because nothing from me is on the website. I am banned by David Gilmour from the website,” Waters vents.

Waters goes on to say he recently assembled the surviving members of Pink Floyd in London to “get past this awful impasse we have.”

Waters allegedly suggested that all members have equal access to the Pink Floyd website to publicize their respective projects, a request that was promptly denied.

“David thinks he owns it. I think he thinks that because I left the band in 1985 that he owns Pink Floyd, that he is Pink Floyd… That I should just keep my mouth shut,” Waters continues.

“I’m not gonna get all weird and sarcastic, though as you know that is a direction in which I am known to sometimes lean temperamentally,” Waters chuckles near the end.

Watch the clip below:


An announcement from me. And when I mention the Pink Floyd website, I also mean the Facebook page and all the rest.

Posted by Roger Waters on Monday, May 18, 2020