Some days won't end ever, and some days pass on by. We'll be working here forever, at least until we die. Working for a living. Living and working. Taking what they're giving 'cause we're working for a living.
New music will be included in upcoming tour.
Things have gotten pretty interesting over the past year or so for Roger Waters, former ringleader for the band Pink Floyd. Aside from the reissue of the album Amused to Death and the recently announced Us+Them tour, Waters’ revealed yesterday the title to his forthcoming fourth studio album (his fifth post-Floyd effort if you include the opera Ca Ira). Is This the Life We Really Want? is expected to play a pivotal part in the tour as Waters has stated new material will comprise 25% of the playlist.
The new album was, according to Waters in previously published interviews, intended first to be a fully-formed radio play with music. Producer Nigel Godrich (Radiohead, Beck, Paul McCartney) approached the project as an editor and the two collaborated to finalize a more traditional release. Waters has stated he still intends to complete and release the original radio play.