On the heels of the rumor that Roger Waters was considering a reunion with the surviving members of Pink Floyd, now there’s word that he’s considering performing a special version of “The Wall” at the future site of another wall – the U.S. – Mexican border.
During an appearance with his fellow Pink Floyd co-founder Nick Mason to promote Their Mortal Remains, a multimedia exhibit created to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the band’s “Arnold Layne” single, Waters said he’s seriously entertaining the idea.
According to the Floyd co-founder, he’d need to see that there’s substantial resistance against the idea of a border wall.
“Before this can happen, there will first need to be an awakening against these far-right policies. The sewers are engorged by greedy and powerful men as I speak to you.”
This actually wouldn’t be the first time Waters pulls off an idea like this: Waters notably did it in 1990 in Berlin, eight months after the fall of the Berlin Wall, leading an all-star lineup through a performance later commemorated with an album and film: