During an interview with the BBC recently, Pink Floyd drummer, Nick Mason, stated that he doubts that the band will ever tour again but doesn't rule out any more one-off performances.
He said: "The answer is, no-one's said we will never work again. I think it's very unlikely we are going to go out on tour - I think Roger's [Waters] really happy working on his own now, it's hard to see him thinking he'd like to come back. It's hard to see Dave [Gilmour] thinking he'd really like to work full time with Roger."
He went on to say: "On the other hand, I live in hope we would absolutely do another Live 8 or play together for the right reasons. Certainly the other two know my stance on this."
He did not speak of the death of band-mate, Richard Wright who died in 2008.
Roger Waters, ex-bassist with Pink Floyd (who left the band in 1985), has also recently spoken out, quashing any rumours of a Pink Floyd re-union, following rumours sparked by his recent appearance with David Gilmour at a Hoping Foundation charity gig, where the pair played an impromptu version of "Another Brick in the Wall (Part 2)" and Gilmour's upcoming special appearance at one of Waters' UK The Wall shows.