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Pink Floyd Management

How do I contact Pink Floyd and/or their management?

Getting in touch with Pink Floyd isn’t the easiest thing in the world to do – or so I’ve heard – I just run a fan site and have never tried to seek out this information.

It’s the most common question I get asked, and I really don’t know their email addresses or phone numbers. But even if I did have it, I’m not sure they would want to give it out to me, or have me give their information out to anyone else.

Pink Floyd and their management generally seem pretty private for the most part and probably don’t want to have to deal with a barrage of emails. They don’t appear to advertise it anywhere on the official Floyd site – or anywhere else on the web that I’ve seen for that matter.

Their record labels are EMI and Sony, you can maybe get in touch with someone there.

You might also try to contact them via the Official Pink Floyd Facebook page or on the Official Pink Floyd Twitter account.

Here’s some possibly helpful links:

Here’s a list of Pink Floyd related mailing addresses:

Keep in mind I’m not sure if any of these work any more – so spend a stamp at your own risk!

Also: If you are wanting to send a CD or something in hopes of getting it autographed – I’ve heard they very rarely sign stuff any more, as they’ve seen a lot of the stuff they’ve signed just end right up on eBay and, for this reason, don’t do it very often any more.

Pink Floyd’s Record Labels
Sony Music Entertainment Corp.
550 Madison Ave. Floor 6
New York NY 10022.3211
United States

EMI Records UK
EMI House
43 Brook Green
London W6 7EF
United Kingdom

Roger Waters’ Management
c/o Mark Fenwick Management
63 New Bond St.
London W1A 3BS
United Kingdom

David Gilmour’s Management
c/o One Fifteen
1 Globe House
Middle Lane Mews
London N8 8PN
United Kingdom

Nick Mason’s Management
c/o Ten Tenths Management
106 Gifford St.
London N1 0DF
United Kingdom

My opinion about what to do if you are looking for copyright or some other sort of permission from Pink Floyd, but aren’t sure what to do:

Disclaimer: The information below is not legal advice and just my opinion. I am not a copyright lawyer and cannot be responsible if something were to happen from not obtaining permission in a case where it should have been.

With that being said…

In my opinion, if you are wanting to use a Pink Floyd song in a school project or something similarly trivial, you might consider just giving credit and citing your project like this:

“Music under license to Pink Floyd Music Ltd.”

I think a general rule of thumb is: If you want to use something of Pink Floyd’s and aren’t going to be making any money off it – and it’s for something rather trivial such as a school project – you probably don’t have to ask them for permission, as they can’t be bothered with minor things like this.

If you are going to be making any sort of money off Pink Floyd songs, or the Pink Floyd name in any way – it’s probably best to try and get permission. Record companies usually don’t like when people other then them make money off their artists and bands.

So to sum up:

Want to use a Pink Floyd song in a school project, or at your wedding? Probably don’t need permission.

Want to use a Pink Floyd song in a car commercial, or in a short film you’re making? Probably need permission.

If you’re a charity, you probably fall somewhere in the middle because money is involved – but you may be a non-profit wanting permission for something trivial, so who knows. Probably best to try and obtain permission to be on the safe side.

Use your best judgement as to where your matter lies.

Oh ya, just a couple more things:

  • Pink Floyd don’t do private parties, events or corporate gigs.
  • If you upload a video to YouTube that has a Pink Floyd song in it, there’s a chance EMI will take it down.

Hopefully this has helped point you in the right direction. Good luck.

43 comments on the “Pink Floyd Management” page

  1. November 7th, 2011 at 10:54 am

    Randall Munson


    I have two The Swingin Pig records “The Embryo” TSP 020 and “Amsterdam ’69” TSP 052. I had them on ebay but was pulled off, how can I sale them?

    thank you

  2. January 3rd, 2012 at 7:33 pm

    Kevin Holycross

    Hello Mr. Fenwick,
    I am reaching out here to try and find a contact info reguarding The Wall live US tour 2012. I would like to apply within to get on the tour as part of the production team. I am well qualified and fell in love with the production when I experienced it. I have sent out emails trying to find someone to get a resume to. Please advise if you can help me on this matter and thank you.
    Best Regards,

  3. March 13th, 2012 at 7:09 pm

    Jesse George

    If by chance there is someone checking this site for them, please pass this idea on to them:

    I reached out to the Obama Administration today, after listening to “One of These Days.” I suggested they contact you to use the music for a video montage of the Presidents Top 50 Accomplishments during past 4 years.

    I think you can get great images together for the past 4 years, headlines of newspapers and so forth to this incredible piece of music. This is something that would go viral…it could awaken a new generation to the music of Pink Floyd. It will help people cope with what is going on in the world today and of course it will drives sales up! I think it is a win win for both sides.

    Most importantly, people listening or listening again to “The Wall” and “Dark Side of the Moon” will help in this day and age.


  4. March 14th, 2012 at 12:25 pm

    Vanessa Santos

    First of all I am your number one fan since ever.
    I want to ask your permission to change the lyrics from Confortably Numb to attract millionaires attention to give me one million dollars to be able to open a business in Africa and unite my family who is separated between Portugal en Botswana.
    Thank you from the heart and anxiously waiting for your answer to my email
    God bless
    Vanessa Santos

  5. March 18th, 2012 at 12:35 pm

    Jefferson kale

    I was curious about something and I would like to know what would be the possibility of having Pink Floyd sign a very special album that was given to me by a recording engineer that worked on the dark side of the Moon album I have The album in the original plastic but “I thought it would be a long shot” but I thought I would ask the band to sign it for me? although it will never be sold at least by me! Because the recording engineer was a very good friend of mine he worked for mobile fidelity… By what he used to tell me he was… kind of the inventor of
    “half speed mastering. Through the years that I have owned have always wondered if they would really sign the album for me.

    Thank you very much screenwriter Jefferson kale

  6. June 11th, 2012 at 3:31 am

    Todd Moffses

    I am a professional live concert photographer, and I would like to photograph Roger Waters in Orlando this week for his website. Please let me know of a contact that may be interested? I usually shoot for production but have no contacts for this tour. References can be provided as well as concert photos from last year can be seen at
    Thank you for your time.
    Todd Moffses, Pharm.D.

  7. June 24th, 2012 at 8:31 am

    Randy Dowell

    The Royal Canadian Legion is Canada’s largest not for profit veterans service organization. my branch is one of 1500 locations across Canada with 20,000 + volunteers now that you no a little bit about the Legion
    I am the president of branch 148 of the Royal Canadian legion in Renfrew Ontario we are having an auction on September 8 proceeds will be going to our local military museum.
    I am asking if you would like to make a donation to this cause.

    Thank you
    Randy Dowell president
    Contact info
    Legion 613-432-6450
    Personal email
    30 raglan street south
    Renfrew Ontario
    K7v 1p7

  8. September 2nd, 2012 at 9:07 am

    captain nemo

    this is a send out :DO NOT BUY THE PINK FLOYD SESSIONS 71 THIS A bootleg rip-off.track listings are not printed right on the back cover.PINK FLOYD YOUR THE ONLY ONES TO STOP THIS FAN RIP_OFF>YOU MADE THE MUSIC>GET YOUR LAWYERS TO STOP IT> thank you captain nemo.

  9. October 29th, 2012 at 1:22 pm


    I am a fan of Pink Floyd and a musician.This is a direct message for Pink Floyd.I am a musician and i would like to know how i could use Pink Floyd music but the lyrics to be changed.

    I want to know what are Pink Floyd requirements and procedures in order for me to go to my next step in recording it.

    I would like to hear from any of the band members from Pink Floyd.

    Thank you,

  10. November 14th, 2012 at 2:05 am

    Tore N. Tjøstolvsen

    I’ve just bought 8 tickets to The Wall in Oslo on aug. 15th 2013, for me and some friends.
    This will be my 3. The Wall show.. :-D
    I’m wondering if anyone “ there..” knows if/where it’s possible to get my Fender Precision bass-guitar delivered to be signed by Mr.Waters on the day of the show..
    That would be so cool for me to have, and would also make my bass a nice heritage object for my son, never ever to sell..

    Yours Sincerely
    Tore N. Tjøstolvsen
    .. huge norwegian fan..
    Shine On!

  11. April 22nd, 2013 at 7:30 am

    Kyle Ross

    Hi, I am a sophomore at Fairfield Ludlowe High School in Fairfield, Connecticut and me and my group in my flim class are making a short film. Pink Floyd music would be perfect for the psychedellic nature of the movie, and I was told this is the place where I can ask for permission to do such. My teacher said no copyrighted music but I wanted to see what would happen if we actually got permission. I was thinking of using the song ‘Echoes’ or ‘Any Colour You Like’. What do you say?

    Kyle Ross

  12. April 22nd, 2013 at 1:18 pm

    Kyle, please see the section on this page called “My opinion about what to do if you are looking for copyright or some other sort of permission from Pink Floyd, but aren’t sure what to do”

  13. August 11th, 2013 at 12:41 pm


    Not sure exactly how to go about contacting management. But I will be with my bf this upcoming saturday in Goteborg Sweden for this concert, he absolutely loves Roger Waters. Is it at all possible for me to suprise him, as it is our anniversary, and pay possibly to meet Roger or anything? I know this is an absolutely crazy request, but it would mean the world to me. Please contact me via email :, thank you for your time.


  14. September 7th, 2013 at 8:28 pm


    Hi. My dad is the BIGGEST Pink Floyd fan. His respect for their ideas and lyrics is monumental. Recently he has been diagnosed with a disease. We don’t know how long he has. I was wondering if Roger Waters or anyone in the band would be willing to meet him. I’d pay if need be. It would mean the world to him. He grew up with Pink Floyd and the Great Gig in the Sky’s lyrics really speak to him now. Please contact me through email: Thank you for your time.

  15. November 21st, 2013 at 12:01 pm

    Juan Ignacio

    My name is Juan Ignacio Morales, i’m a college student from Uruguay.
    I’m doing a photograpic project using The Dark Side of the Moon songs, would you give me some kind of permission for using your songs.
    And if the band it’s also interested in colaboratte financially with my proyect it will be a great help.
    Please if you are interested in knowing what’s the project about send me an email and I’ll glad to reply you.
    Thank you for your time.

  16. April 4th, 2014 at 9:46 am

    The biggest floyd fan ever

    Pink Floyd is my life. that being said, i have written a new album that i would like you to preform. its no where near as good as your work but i think itll do just fine.
    if you will, please email me at thank you

    pink floyd rules

  17. July 23rd, 2014 at 4:22 pm

    Anthony M. Tristan

    Pink Floyd,
    I am a struggling English teacher who has loved your music since I was introduced as a kid. I want to know if you have ever produced a song using another’s lyrics, and if so, what song(s) was it? Would you consider using someone’s lyrics now because I would be willing to share what I have if you could help me help my family. Thank you for your time and consideration.

    Mr. T

  18. September 5th, 2014 at 1:22 pm

    Fernando Alimandro

    When you return to Brazil? I’ll be waiting anxiously. I have 50 years and I would revelos again in this life.

    Quando voc?s retornar?o ao Brazil? Ficarei aguardando ansiosamente. Tenho 50 anos e gostaria de rev?-los mais uma vez nesta vida.

  19. October 19th, 2014 at 3:51 am

    Muhammad Omar

    Dear Sir,

    Im a follower and lover of Pink Floyd. Im inviting PINK FLOYD to visit Bangladesh.Please try to keep my keep keen request.

    Kind Regards

  20. October 31st, 2014 at 6:20 pm

    Antony Middleton

    Dear Sir,

    Thank you for your honest and “down to earth” information,it was very informative.

    If possible could you please advise me via email, were I can obtain a licence and or permission “legally by law” from the management company or the Pink Floyd Group, for the use of their songs in a public concert,in Japan.

    I do not want infringe in any copyrights or show any disrespect to the band,or their music.

    Many thanks for your assistance in this regard,I
    look forward to your advises.

    Yours sincerely,

    Antony Middleton

  21. November 4th, 2014 at 2:59 am

    Pat Grimwood

    Hi Dave and Nick I was wondering If you would be interested in Checking out My Friends new venture which he has named ONE FLOYD this Gig is to take place at The GREAT PARNDON COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION CLUB in Harlow on the 27th Feb 2015 it is to raise funds for another venture which I’m involved in called LINKFEST which is a free self funding concert in Harlow Town Park in the Summer look forward to hearing from you thanks for your time and musical enjoyment over the years.

  22. November 15th, 2014 at 3:30 am

    Valentin Lare

    I have a flash and this is not coincidence!
    Please contact me!

  23. December 3rd, 2014 at 8:08 am

    Thierry Embrechts

    Hello, I have a question about the movie ” THE WALL ” . I am part of an association of fans of the band ” PINK FLOYD ” and would like to organize a concert with a cover band and broadcast images of the film ” THE WALL ” . Do we have to pay fees for it? Thank you .

  24. December 11th, 2014 at 4:54 pm

    Dr. Alejandro Dioscouridis

    Dear people:

    Please keep me posted for the upcoming Pink Floyd´s 2015 U.S.concert tour.
    The news as for Dec. 11, 2014, is a reunion of Mr (s.) David Gilmour, Nick
    Mason and Roger Waters.
    Expecting your answer,
    Kind regards,

  25. March 2nd, 2015 at 11:14 am

    laurent paynot

    please contact me.
    thank you

  26. March 18th, 2015 at 10:10 am

    Laurent paynot

    comment trouver le double album pulse me concernant
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  27. March 18th, 2015 at 10:21 am

    Laurent paynot

    comment trouver le double album pulse me concernant
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  28. July 28th, 2015 at 1:58 pm

    chad vanscotter

    hello, my name is chad vanscotter Iam dying love your music wondering if I can see you live plz,have largeback yard plz contact me, 509-295-6132 I read your forum with you guys do not do gigs this is not it would be a dream come true plz, respond to this before Iam gone lots of bands I like you are the best, thank you chad vanscotter

  29. October 1st, 2015 at 3:24 am

    M. Walter Stazi

    Sir mason which was the idea for the beautiful image of the album profiles?

  30. November 14th, 2015 at 7:10 pm


    I offer the two original CDs, bought 12 years ago in German Music Store
    Pink Floyd – Animals Limited Edition Trance Remix and
    Pink Floyd – Atom Heart Mother Limited Edition Trance Remix
    now I should pay 469 € and first invoice of my lawer 2014 €
    Could anybody help please?

  31. December 1st, 2015 at 8:21 am

    Rick Tyrrell

    Greetings, my name is Rick Tyrrell I am a retired U.S. Marine veteran. My daughter is in the Air Force and I am sure you get a ton of request like this but here ya go. I would love to have Pink Floyd play at her wedding October 8th, 2016. I will make sure you get a plate of food and will entertain any other request you may have. Thank you for your music and time. Please get in touch with me if you can or cannot support us. Have a great day!

  32. December 16th, 2015 at 5:55 pm


    From a huge group of us here in the USA. Where we stand with countries that support the West and are tolerant of religion, people, and sexuality.

    Re: Until you change your position on Israel, I’ll boycott you!

    Dear Mr. Waters;

    I am writing today with respect to your anti-Israel and pro BDS position(s).

    Before I get into the specifics of my letter, I want you to know this: I was/have been a Pink Floyd/Roger Waters fan for ­­­­10 years. As a result, I have every record that Pink Floyd and you have made. Additionally, I haven’t wasted one cent on any of your performances- but unfortunately contributed to your music and CD’s in the past.

    But, today, because of your anti-Israel positions, I am now forced to not only boycott your works completely, but to spread the word among my friends and peers about your anti-Semitic thoughts, statements, positions and actions. So far, I have boycotted you since 2010 and will continue that boycott until you not only recognize Israel’s right to exist, but until you end your involvement in the clearly anti-Semitic BDS movement.

    With that out of the way, I have this question to ask you – I have read a lot about you, and your statements in many publications trouble me because I understand that you don’t like what’s going on in Israel. As person with free speech rights, I understand, but clearly disagree. As intellectuals, that’s fine, but unfortunate because both are western countries, with western thoughts, feelings and actions. Even so, my specific question to you is this: Why is it that not once in any of your interviews have you ever recognized Israel’s right to exist as a Jewish homeland?

    So you know, without saying this as clearly as you do in your letters, music and poetry, it appears to me (a 29 year old Jew from Los Angeles), that your speech to the United Nations calling for Israel’s destruction and the banishment/exile of all of its people (of all religions and nationalities), was a clear threat, especially when you want them banished to somewhere where they will be unwanted. In fact, as a side note, it might be nice for them to be able to “go home again” – you know, back to the lands where they grew up in but were kicked out of – but they can’t because their lands were taken and they were sent into exile or be killed. But more about that later.

    Obviously, I do not feel the way you do, and I want to share with you why.

    1) Many Jewish families legally purchased land in what is now Israel between 1880 and 1920 when no one wanted that land at all, yet you don’t recognize this. Why should those who purchased the land, have it taken away and then be thrown into exile?

    2) You use your image and money to complain around the world about so called horrible wall that Israel is supposedly building, yet for some reason you never complain at all about the other 60+ walls in lands that are either currently in existence or are being constructed to control people – especially those in Islamic lands. Why the double standard?

    3) Many countries in the Middle East restrict personal and civil rights, while in Israel, they are not only expanding, but in many instances are guaranteed to its citizens. In fact, in many of the lands that restrict rights –like Egypt, Gaza or Syria – enjoy gassing, torturing and killing their own people. Why do you complain when Israel defends its citizens from attacks, but not when these same regimes slaughter millions of their own people?

    4) Thanks to your complaining about Jews and Israel, it appears that you have opened up new markets to sell your music. As a result, it appears that your actions have “curried favor” with countries that at one time banned your words and music, but now allows you to play. Are congratulations in order because they are now allowing your music to be played openly on the theory that if you hate Jews, you must be one of the good guys?

    5) Israel creates jobs, while terrorist groups like Hezbollah and Hamas do not. Why don’t you use your image and voice to say something about this? For example, on one hand, there is a strong and lively economy in Israel not only because the government spends money on expanding and supporting it (including opening up diplomatic relations with foreign governments), but because jobs are created for everyone – Jews, Christians and Muslims –by the companies that operate there legally. On the other hand, in Gaza, after income is skimmed by the leadership so they can live like kings, all money is spent on obtaining arms, building terror tunnels and spreading hatred, lies and terror both abroad and within the borders of Gaza. As such, they produce nothing, and create no jobs. Because of this, no schools, hospitals, libraries, and government facilities are built, and no foundations are being built for the people. Everyone suffers. In fact, one has to ask this: on the face of it, why is it that you support terrorism, especially when it’s against Jews? Additionally, why don’t you complain that Israel creates more jobs for those in Gaza than the PA creates?

    6) When you and your BDS Israel bashers stop businesses from creating products and then selling them abroad, you might be hurting the country’s economy and the owners, but you are also hurting the employees – you know, and their ability to put food on the table – Jew, Muslim and Christian alike. I have to now ask, when they lose their jobs because of the BDS program you run or comments you make, will you help them put food on the table?

    7) Israel is the only democracy in the Middle East, and is unlike Egypt, Syria or even Gaza where no one gets to vote, speak or even move freely. Why would you want to destroy a country with a democracy, for one run by a dictator who clearly hates or enslaves his own people?

    8) Your definition of apartheid is faulty and structurally wrong. I want you to know that all Israeli citizens – of all races, religions and creeds – have constitutional rights, including the freedom of speech (and the press), the ability to obtain an education, the right to privacy, the right to hold public office, the ability to enter into business and sell products in the market place for profit, to travel, and one of the most important – the vote. Clearly you should know by now that in the Gaza, under Hamas’ strong arm rule, none of that is true for any of its citizens. In fact, Hamas has a Constitution that calls for the killing of Jews, but many parts of it have been suspended – in fact, they have not conducted a vote in about 10 years! This then begs the question, why do you have a double standard when it comes to blaming a democratic and free Israel for everything, but turning your eyes to what Gaza’s leadership has done to their own people?

    9) The world has repeatedly seen how the so called brave Hamas fighters use their own people as human shields. The Palestinian Authority has bragged about this and even awarded medals to the “heroes’. Why don’t you complain about this travesty?

    10) Hamas puts military weapons in sacred places like schools, hospitals and mosques, and then complains when they are bombed. Why don’t you complain about this?

    11) Hamas elementary schools teach their students how to wantonly kill; with a focus being on killing Jews (and they should do it with a smile on their face!). How come you never comment, complain or condemn this?

    12) You have stated publically that you hate America and what it stands for, along with America’s association with Israel, yet you live in upstate New York. Why do you live in a place whose policies you clearly hate (the United States) and live in Syria, Turkey, Jordan, Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Morocco, Pakistan, Iran, Yemen, the UAE, Oman, Kuwait or even Saudi Arabia?

    13) Jews – for good or bad – have had a recognized presence in the area called Judea and Samaria for over 3,300 years. It has been recognized historically by the Assyrians, Babylonians, Persians, Egyptians, Holy See, Romans, Ottomans, Christians through the bible and Islam through the Koran. How come you don’t read history and recognize that?

    14) For the past millennium, Muslims in over 25 lands have sent into exile (or killed) Jews, taking money and land while laughing at what they have done. The last exile occurred in October 2015 when Yemen kicked out the last remaining Jews (80) saying that they either convert to Islam or die. Why don’t you step up like a man who cares about the human rights of minorities and complain about travesties like this?

    15) Muslims/Palestinians are asking for compensation and a comprehensive ‘Law of Return’ … do you support Jews being reimbursed for their losses and being granted a “Law of Return’ for lands that they were exiled from?

    16) You put a Star of David on a pig; fly it across the room to cheers and jeers and then say “And that one looks Jewish and that one’s a coon, who let all this riff raff into the room, put them up against the wall”. Or how about this lyric – “If I had my way, I’d have all of you shot”! As a man who has seen and done a lot more than most people, don’t you understand how threatening and insulting this is to Jews? Would you say this to any other minority on the planet? This clearly raises a question: Why is it ok for you to insult Jews, yet not Muslims? To go just one small intellectual step further, I wonder what would happen to you if you put Islamic symbols on that same pig and then threaten to shoot Muslims like you do Jews?

    17) Why is it that every time you are asked if you are anti-Semitic, why do you always say that my ‘daughter-in-law is Jewish” and what I am doing is OK with her? Not only does she not speak for all of the world’s Jews, but it clearly appears that you are using “the Jewish people” as pawns in some sadistic power game you are playing.

    As a “leader” in the world, I find your actions erratic. It’s unfortunate, when you could be building bridges and acting as a world statesman like Bono, you choose to act in a non-professional manner that promotes hatred, and begs the question if you need professional help. Personally, I am not a professional psychologist, but I do know that you lost your father in WW 2. I am sorry for your loss. We all lost, and then gained, thanks to that war. Even so, it appears to me that you blame your loss on Jews, and not say Churchill, Stalin or even Hitler. Why?

    Thank you for showing your true colors. You have lost a lot of fans for your utter hatred.



  33. December 16th, 2015 at 6:01 pm


    You Roger Waters are officially boycotted from a large percentage of the U.S. population. Throwing your CD’s out for your horrible comments on Israel. I am spreading the word and educating a lot of people about Israel’s open mind with religion, sexuality, and culture. Unlike many Arab countries, Israel does not condemn other religions, cultures, sexuality, and degrade women. You clearly are pro Palestine, and thats fine. You have no idea what it is like to be an Israeli and surrounded by Gaza and West Bank people that are constantly training their children to kill you and your family. You have no idea that in Israel, they educate people to have jobs and move forward in the world. Not spread useless propaganda and vomit hate on everyone they touch. You are officially boycotted by me and everyone else I am spreading the word to. I will show them all of your videos, clips, and disgusting comments you have made about a country you know nothing about. But your mechanism of talking about it- spreading clear and utter nonsense is merely pathetic. You should be ashamed of your comments.

  34. January 26th, 2016 at 2:10 am


    Hi, l have seen some Pink Floyd , David Gilmour and Roger Waters guitar picks on ebay, how do l tell if they are genuine?
    Many Thanks

  35. February 29th, 2016 at 1:12 pm

    Chris Shepherd

    Dear people I am enquiring on the behalf of my partner Gail Cruickshank who will be turning the Magic 40 soon ! The 2nd of April ! Gail has adored Roger and Pink Floyd her whole life ! Would it be possible to send my lovely lady a birthday greeting as I know this would make her day special. We share the same email address. Hopefully yours Chris . Love and Light !

  36. March 24th, 2016 at 8:30 pm


    Hi Pink Floyd.

    I have long been aware of Pink Floyd’s opposition to any form of animal cruelty.

    A group I’m associated with have created an anti animal cruelty video and have dubbed in parts of two of of your tracks Goodbye Cruel World & The Happiest Days Of Our Lives) from the Wall. I ripped the music onto my PC from my personal CD collection, then converted them to a format usable for combining with the video.

    The visual part of the 50 second long video was filmed by our activist/protest group. It shows young steers being loaded onto a ship in Australia, to be sent to Japan. This is a part of the dreadful Australian live export trade.

    Our group’s Facebook page, where the video is planned to be posted on is a live export protest group which aims at getting the trade stopped. It is made up of volunteers and does not make any money in any way from any of any of its activities.

    We request your permission to use the 2 specified tracks on our video. We hope you will allow this,

    Regards and best wishes, from a long standing fan.

  37. April 12th, 2016 at 1:00 am



    Just want to know how to proceed, or what do I have to do, to whom did I have to contact…. for arrangement for a show in my country Mauritius.

    Sixty six years old I’ve always be a fan of the modern classical music sound produced by the unic fantastic group I’ve named PINK FLOYD.

    …wish you were here please need answer….


  38. April 16th, 2016 at 1:40 pm


    Roger should read and study more, instead of spewing his Anti-Semitic, Pro-Palistinean, BDS unintelligent tripe!! Shame that an artist is so STUPID!! See below:

    Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is a New York writer focusing on radical Islam.
    At Israeli Apartheid Week, campus haters claim to be fighting “colonialism” by fighting Jews. Columbia University’s Center for Palestine Studies, dedicated to a country that doesn’t exist and which has produced nothing worth studying except terrorism, features diatribes such as Abdul Rahim al-Shaikh’s Palestine Re-Covered: Reading a Settler Colonial Landscape”. This word salad is a toxic stew of historical revisionism being used to justify the Muslim settler colonization of the indigenous Jewish population.
    Colonialism is CPS’ favorite word. When Israeli social workers remove abused children from Muslim homes, that’s colonialism. Israeli farms are a form of environmental “colonialism”. When non-profits aren’t representative enough, it’s the fault of the “Israeli settler-colonial regime.” If it rains on Thursday, it’s caused by “colonialism,” preferably of the “Israeli Zionist colonial settler regime” variety.
    But you can’t colonize colonizers. The Muslim population in Israel is a foreign colonist population. The indigenous Jewish population can resettle its own country, but it can’t colonize it.
    Not even if you accuse Jews of being a “super-double-secret settler colonial regime.”
    Muslims invaded, conquered and settled Israel. They forced their language and laws on the population. That’s the definition of colonialism. You can’t colonize and then complain that you’re being colonized when the natives take back the power that you stole from them.
    There are Muslims in Israel for the same reason that there are Muslims in India. They are the remnants of a Muslim colonial regime that displaced and oppressed the indigenous non-Muslim population.
    There are no serious historical arguments to be made against any of this.
    The Muslim conquests and invasions are well-documented. The Muslim settlements fit every historical template of colonialism complete with importing a foreign population and social system that was imposed on the native population. Until they began losing wars to the indigenous Jewish population, the Muslim settlers were not ashamed of their colonial past, they gloried in it. Their historical legacy was based on seizing indigenous sites, appropriating them and renaming them after the new conquerors.
    The only reason there’s a debate about the Temple Mount is because Caliph Omar conquered Jerusalem and ordered a mosque built on a holy Jewish site. The only reason there’s a debate about East Jerusalem is because invading Muslim armies seized half the city in 1948, bombed synagogues and ethnically cleansed the Jewish population to achieve an artificial Muslim settler majority. The only Muslim claim to Jerusalem or to any other part of Israel is based purely on the enterprise of colonial violence.
    There is no Muslim claim to Israel based on anything other than colonialism, invasion and settlement.
    Israel is littered with Omar mosques, including one built in the courtyard of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, because Islam is a colonial entity whose mosques testify to their invasive origins by celebrating colonialism as their true religion. The faith of Islam is the sworn religion of the sword.
    Islam is a religion of colonialism that spread through invasion, settlement and conquest. Its caliphs, from the original invaders, including Omar, to the current Caliph of ISIS, wielded and wield religious authority in the service of the Islamic colonial enterprise.
    Allah is the patron deity of colonialism. Jihad is just colonialism in Arabic. Islamic theology is nothing but the manifest destiny of the Muslim conquest of the world, colonial settler enterprises dressed up in the filmy trappings of religion appropriated from the culture of conquered Jewish and Christian minorities. Muslim terrorism is a reactionary colonial response to the liberation movements of the indigenous Jewish population.
    Even “Allahu Akbar” did not originate as a religious sentiment. It does not mean “God is Great”, as it is often mistranslated. It was Mohammed’s taunt to the Jews he was ethnically cleansing. His purge of a minority group proved that “Allah was Greater.” Islamic colonialism is used to demonstrate the existence of Allah. And the best way to worship Allah is through the colonialism of the Jihad.
    Islam would not have existed without colonialism. It still can’t exist without it. That is why the violence continues. The only way to end the violence is for Muslims to reject their theology of colonialism.
    But instead of taking ownership of their real history, the Muslim settler population evades its guilt through propaganda by claiming to be the victims of colonialism by the indigenous Jewish population. This twisted historical revisionism is backed by bizarre nonsense such as claiming that Jesus was a Palestinian or that the Arabs are descended from the Philistines. The Muslim settlers insist on continuing to celebrate colonialism while claiming to be an indigenous population that was always living in Israel.
    You can have one or the other. You can have your mosques celebrating the conquest and suppression of the indigenous population or your claims of being the indigenous population. But you can’t switch from being the indigenous population to being its conquerors whenever it suits your pseudo-historical narrative. You can’t claim to be the Philistines, the Jews and their Islamic conquerors at the same time.
    From its Roman origins, Palestine has always been a colonial fantasy of remaking Israel by erasing its original Jewish identity. The Arab mercenaries who were deployed by the Romans in that original colonial enterprise continued it by becoming self-employed conquerors for their own colonial empire. The name Palestine remains a linguistic settlement for reimagining a country without a people and a past as a blank slate on which the colonial identity of the invaders can be written anew.
    That is still the role that the Palestine myth and mythology serves.
    Abdul Rahim al-Shaikh complains about “linguistic colonialism”. When Muslims rename the Spring of Elisha, a Jewish biblical figure, Ein as-Sultan in honor of an Islamic colonial ruler, that’s linguistic colonialism. When Jews restore the original indigenous names that Jewish sites held before Muslim colonialism, that’s not colonization. It’s the exact opposite. It’s decolonization.
    Promoting mythical claims of a Palestinian state isn’t decolonization, it’s colonization. Or recolonization.
    Advocates for “Palestine” are not fighting colonialism, but promoting it. They are advocating for a discredited Muslim settler fantasy and against the indigenous Jewish population of Israel.
    Abdul Rahim al-Shaikh complains about “geographic amnesia” among “Palestinians”. There’s no geographic amnesia because you can’t remember what never existed. There’s only paramnesia because there was never a country named Palestine.
    Palestine has no history. It has no people. It has no borders. It has never been anything except a colonial invention. It is a name used by a variety of foreign settlers operating on behalf of colonial empires.
    You can’t colonize Palestine. How can you colonize a colonial myth? You can only decolonize it.
    Every Jewish home built on land formerly under the control of the Caliphs is decolonization and decaliphization. When Jews ascend the Temple Mount, they are also engaging in decolonization and decaliphization. When the liberation forces of the Jewish indigenous population shoot a Jihadist colonist fighting to impose yet another Islamic State on Israel, that too is decolonization and decaliphization.
    Resistance to Islamic terrorism is resistance to colonialism. And Jews have the longest history of resisting the Islamic State under its various Caliphs throughout history. Israel is still resisting the colonialist Jihadist plans for the restorations of the Caliphate. Zionism is a machine that kills Islamic colonialism.
    The existence of Israel not only means the decolonization of Abdul Rahim al-Shaikh’s imaginary colonial fantasies of “Palestine,” but inspires resistance in peoples struggling against Islamic colonialism throughout the region, from the Copts to the Berbers to secular intellectuals fighting for freedom.
    Islamic colonialism has always been defeated, whether at the Gates of Vienna or in the Sinai Desert. Its colonial fantasies are false and will be defeated as many times as it takes, whether in the form of Palestine or ISIS.
    Laura J Alcorn

  39. June 14th, 2016 at 5:41 pm

    Ricardo Miranda

    Greeting and congratulate them all over the music that has made us enjoy for generations. The reason for this writing is put in knowledge of a case that would interest you and who write to them.
    I have in my possession a vinyl LP Pictures Metallica (vertigo) (Enter Sadman 1991).
    The problem is that once that LP is heard, PinkFloyd,
    (The Wall )I have consulted with some lawyers on the plagiarism is and they told me to get me the official website of Pink Floyd to see if can be charged with this very serious mistake already q these lawyers they talked to them that you can do about what you talk.
    I have sent the pictures of the Picture that I have my mail and they talk anything or doubt they have to ask.
    A greeting.

  40. July 31st, 2016 at 1:28 pm

    trina wainscott

    We need permission to have a cake with your name on it for daughter’s sweet 16 party

  41. August 7th, 2016 at 4:09 pm

    Dom Eyre-Walker

    Hi Mate,I just read that,David, Roger and Nick will be getting together in spring 2017 in the USA to do a tour playing their favourite songs from other bands……my question is do you think this will turn into a world tour and if so, more importantly for me , do you think they will ever come to Australia again for this tour.
    Cheers Dom .

  42. August 31st, 2016 at 11:49 pm

    Kris Gray

    I have recently been contacted by a German legal company

  43. September 10th, 2016 at 5:15 pm

    Nicholas MacNutt

    I want someone from Pink Floyd to tell me I am not going to get sued for posting a cover song of Echoes at my website! Its called Pink Floyd Echoes Instrumental and I worked hard on it with help from a friend in Japan. If I had any way at all of reaching headquarters I would.

    I would love feedback about my work. I made it for them in the hopes they’d get a thrill out of it. That was the whole point of the thing. That is what drove me forward. Maybe just maybe they’ll see it and feel special inside as I send pings and tones into the air.


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