In recent years, there's been speculation about a new Pink Floyd tour. Group frontman David Gilmour has this to say about that.
"We don't have a new album in mind," Pink Floyd's David Gilmour said in Rolling Stone. "With the length of time since we've done something together, it just doesn't feel like something I've missed very much. I don't want to be touring anymore. I'm 54; it's a young man's game."
The group's last world tour, "Division Bell," was in 1994 and ran March 30-Oct 29.
But this still doesn't keep PF from charting. Echoes – The Best Of Pink Floyd, the group's first-ever "best of" collection (26-song, 2-CD) that spans over three decades, debuted at #2 on the Billboard Top 200 Album Chart with sales of over 214,000 copies its first week according to SoundScan. Among PF albums that have consistently remained on the chart are 1973's Dark Side Of The Moon, 1975's Wish You Were Here and 1979's The Wall.