Just don’t expect any songs from The Wall though, because that’s not what this live show is about. Mason explains that using Pink Floyd's’ second album as a name for the band was a quick way to show what music they’d be focusing on. “What I didn't want to get caught up in were a lot of people going, 'Well, why don't you play "Comfortably Numb"?' or 'Why don't you do something from The Wall?' I think the name itself indicates where we are and what we're doing.”
American fans can expect to see Mason and Saucerful of Secrets turn up stateside too. In the Billboard interview he says that he’d underestimated the enthusiasm of the band. Which means more touring may be happening, “Pink Floyd was always enthusiastic, but not like this lot is now. Everyone wants to do everything: 'We want to go to America.' 'We want to go to South America.'” notes Mason, concluding that he’s “delighted” and “really enjoying” how it’s all going.