Roger Waters reveals title for his first solo rock album in 22 years

Roger Waters reveals title for his first solo rock album in 22 years

Roger Waters’ new upcoming solo LP will be titled ‘Is This the Life We Really Want?’. It will be his first solo rock album since 1992’s ‘Amused to Death’.

Having previously confirmed that long-time Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich will be taking the helm, Waters has now shared a short video teaser.

Currently, there is no release date set for the new album, but it is “coming soon”.

From May-October, Waters will be touring North America on the ‘Us + Them’ tour, so expect the album to drop thereabouts.

In relation to the tour, Waters states: “We are going to take a new show on the road, the content is very secret,” said Roger Waters. “It’ll be a mixture of stuff from my long career, stuff from my years with Pink Floyd, some new things. Probably 75% of it will be old material and 25% will be new, but it will be all connected by a general theme. It will be a cool show, I promise you. It’ll be spectacular like all my shows have been.”

Here is his full touring schedule:


26: Sprint Center, Kansas City

28: KFC Yum! Center, Louisville

30: Scottrade Center, St. Louis


1: BOK Center, Tulsa

3: Pepsi Center, Denver

7: SAP Center, San Jose

12: Golden 1 Center, Sacramento

14: Gila River Arena, Phoenix

16: T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas

20/21: STAPLES Center, Los Angeles

24: Tacoma Dome, Seattle


3: American Airlines Center, Dallas

6: Toyota Center, Houston

11: Amalie Arena, Tampa

13: American Airlines Arena, Miami

16: Infinite Energy Arena, Atlanta

18: Greensboro Coliseum, Greensboro

20: Nationwide Arena, Columbus

22/23: United Center, Chicago

26: Xcel Energy Center, St. Pauk


4: Verizon Center, Washington

8/9: Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia


7: Prudential Center, Newark

11/12: Barclays Center, Brooklyn

15/16: The New Coliseum, Uniondale

19: PPG Paints Arena, Pittsburgh

27/28: TD Garden, Boston


2/3: Air Canada Centre, Toronto

6/7: Videotron Centre, Quebec City

10: Canadian Tire Centre, Ottawa

16/17: Bell Centre, Montreal

24: Rogers Place, Edmonton

28: Rogers Arena, Vancouver

Roger Waters reveals title for his first solo rock album in 22 years