The guitarist and singer of Pink Floyd, David Gilmour spoke in a recent episode of their podcast named ‘The Lost Art of Conversation,’ and he revealed some interesting troubles that they faced at some live shows.
According to David, at one of the recent live shows of Pink Floyd, fans blamed them for some damaged buildings -like toilets and etc.- but he clarified that there’s no connection between these problems and the band.
Here’s the story that David told:
“I think the whole of the city of Venice had promised us everything for the massive amount of people who were going to be there and I didn’t think they even quite understood how many people were actually gonna turn up to this thing and it was enormous.
It seemed as if the entire town council disappeared on holiday somewhere else for that weekend because I think an awful lot of the audience couldn’t find food, couldn’t find public toilets and there were logistical nightmares to do.
There was supposedly some damage to one or two buildings which they blamed on our fireworks but obviously that wasn’t true because they were out over the water somewhere. There was a little bit of bother about the whole event.”
You can watch the entire interview below. Click here for the source of the statement.