Back in July, Pink Floyd members Roger Waters and David Gilmour reunited on stage for the first time in five years. Performing at a charity benefit for the Hoping Foundation in Oxfordshire, the legendary rockers tackled a four song set featuring the Phil Spector-penned “To Know Him Is To Love Him” and Pink Floyd classics “Wish You Were Here”, “Comfortably Numb”, and “Another Brick In The Wall (Part II)”. Only 200 attendees witnessed the concert in person and up until now no videos have surfaced. That was until today.
Earlier this evening, the Hoping Foundation posted a video recording of Waters and Gilmour’s complete 28-minute performance online and we now have the video embedded for you below. Albeit not the best of quality, we’ll remind you of the aforementioned fact that this is their first on-stage collaboration in five years. Plus, unless you’re the lucky city picked for the duo’s second promised reunion, this is it… for now. So watch and enjoy: