Watch Nick Mason’s Saucerful Of Secrets first gig playing early Pink Floyd at four intimate live shows across London.
This is a unique opportunity to experience Pink Floyd’s celebrated and significant early body of work played live; Nick Mason’s Saucerful Of Secrets are Nick Mason, Gary Kemp, Guy Pratt, Lee Harris and Dom Beken.
Nick Mason’s Saucerful of Secrets, the supergroup formed by the Pink Floyd drummer to play his band’s early songs, performed their debut concert at Dingwalls in London last night.
You can watch a short clip of the band performing “Bikes” and see the full 16-track set list below.
Nick Mason’s Saucerful of Secrets, Dingwalls, London, 5/20/18
1. “Interstellar Overdrive”
2. “Astronomy Domine”
3. “Lucifer Sam”
5. “Obscured by Clouds”
6. “When You’re In”
7. “Arnold Layne”
8. “The Nile Song”
9. “Green Is the Colour”
10. “Let There Be More Light”
11. “Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun”
12. “See Emily Play”
14. “One of These Days”
15. “A Saucerful of Secrets”
16. “Point Me at the Sky”
Thank you for coming along tonight, it was fun
The dates in London are:
Sunday, May 20 – Dingwalls, Camden
Monday, May 21 – Half Moon, Putney
Wednesday, May 23 – Half Moon, Putney
Thursday, May 24 – Half Moon, Putney
Tickets are limited and go on sale at 10am today, Tuesday 17th April, at www.thesaucerfulofsecrets.com. All ticket holders will require photo ID with their ticket for entry to the shows.
Last year Roger Waters and Nick Mason said they would be willing to reunite as Pink Floyd for a performance at the Glastonbury music festival. Only problem: David Gilmour,
the other surviving member of the band, may not be up for it. Pink Floyd could finally play Glastonbury, if David Gilmour is willing to bury the hatchet.
Appearing together in London for the opening of a new exhibit on Pink Floyd, the group’s bassist and drummer were asked if they would consider getting back together for one last performance at the annual Glastonbury festival in Somerset, England, according to The Telegraph.
“It would be nice to add it to the list of things. I’ve never played Glastonbury,” Mason said. “It would be fun to do it. … [But] I don’t think it would be very likely.” “I did Glastonbury once,” Waters added. “I think. It was really cold. But there were a lot of people and it seemed very jolly and I liked it. Yeah, I would do it again.”