Pink Floyd bassist Roger Waters has shared some special photos from his Cern trip on Instagram. He also wrote a little memorial about his journey.

Roger wrote:

“Today we made a day trip to @cern, weirdly surreal and even a bit meta-physical.

To be a hundred meters underground in the presence of lots of serious work about what might have happened and what might be happening now, all that extraordinary work being undertaken in a collective spirit of international collaboration and co-operation and goodwill is very moving, providing as it does such a stark contrast to the willful and head long rush of the ruling and ruled classes towards our mutual assured destruction.

He continued and thanked his guide Connie Potter. See the Instagram post below.

In February 2019, Nick Mason spoke in an interview with Meltdown, and adressed the possibility of classic lineup reunion for Pink Floyd.

He sent a message to Roger Waters and David Gilmour, and said ‘I’m ready’. Here’s the statement:

“It’s the question everyone would like answered, but I don’t really think so. I think Roger and David [Gilmour] are happier doing their own things and not working together.

It would be great if they did, I’m ready, but I’m certainly not going to hold my breath.”

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