Roger Waters participated in an almost four-hour interview recently on Sirius/XM’s Deep Tracks channel and spoke about future release plans.
First up is a DVD of The Wall tour on which he has concentrated for the last couple of years.
We’ve been filming almost everything as we go along, remorselessly. We filmed for a week when we did shows in Athens and we were filming all over South America, so yeah, there will definitely be a DVD of this whole experience coming up in the near future.
Sometime after that, look for a new solo album from Waters. Even though he said that The Wall tour would be a wrap up to his career, it’s looking much more certain that this would be the end of his live career with recording still very much in his plans.
I’ve got a strong feeling that I have a new album literally about to pop out. I’ve written a song while I was on the road, which I think will provide me with the impetus, emotionally and philosophically and politically to create a new album.
If the album is released, it will be his first full album of new material since 1990’s Amused to Death.
PHOTO GALLERY: Roger Waters live The Wall