Roger Waters Performs a Socially-Distanced Version of Pink Floyd’s “Mother”

The video comes prefaced with these words: “Social distancing is a necessary evil in Covid world. Watching ‘Mother’ reminds me just how irreplaceable the joy of being in a band is.”

He’s joined here by his band: vocalists Holly Laesig and Jess Wolfe of Lucius, keyboardist Drew Erickson, guitarists Dave Kilminster and Jonathan Wilson, bassist Gus Seyffert, and drummer Joey Waronker.

Find more socially distanced performances in the Relateds below.

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  • Jeff Skelton says:

    I have been inspired by the music and looking forward to seeing Roger Waters in Nashville Tennessee whenever our nation gets under control

  • Jason says:

    I am so over Roger Waters and his insane political ravings. I often imagine he is in the Fletcher Memorial Home full of burn out and has been rockstars.

  • Todd Milner says:

    His/ their music so transcends your little beef about him. I said in ’75 this music would live forever and I still stand by that. Take the music dude and breathe it. Appreciate it. Live It!

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