In 1985 when Pink Floyd bassist Roger Waters left the band to pursue a solo career, he expected that Pink Floyd would be no more. David Gilmour and drummer Nick Mason thought otherwise.


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It did mark the end of their relationship as a band and began a feud that is still alive today. Waters tried to sue the remaining band members in 1986 to prevent them from continuing to use the Pink Floyd name without him, which Waters himself admitted was a mistake.



Waters explains in a new video to fans how decades later Gilmour continues to ban him from having a hand in Pink Floyd’s website and social media platforms. Watch below the full short video of Roger Waters making this announcement.