Nick Mason is considering bringing his Pink Floyd-themed group Saucerful of Secrets to the U.S. The group -- which includes Spandau Ballet's Gary Kemp and Lee Harris of the Blockheads and Pink Floyd collaborators Guy Pratt and Dom Bekem, toured Europe in May and got a positive response.

Mason told Billboard, "What I underestimated was the enthusiasm, not of the audience, but of the band. 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.' 'What about Peru?' Laughs. It's like a travel agency. But I'm absolutely delighted. I’m really enjoying it."

He added about the audience reactions, "I think we found a niche for ourselves, which is to do something that is not being done by everyone else, by the tribute bands or by Roger Waters or David Gilmour. It's a real return to some of the improvised sections and the atmosphere of the songs. The tendency in this day and age is to try and recreate things perfectly. We bring imperfection."