A recent interview by Snowy White in Guitar Worldguitarworld.com/snowy-white-interview
About the legendary fights and feuds, sometimes, you have to be diplomatic and do your stuff, you know
" The interrelations within Floyd in the late '70s are said to have been quite interesting. What were your observations between Roger and David during your time with them?
“Interesting… that's one way to describe it. I think it's a lot like living in China – it all depends on where you are – but it was an interesting time. Things would be going on all the time, but I am the sort of guy who lets things go in one ear and out the other. I was learning my songs, playing my parts, and doing my best, so I had my hands full. But there was stuff going on, and it wasn't very good.
“I could hear the arguments between Roger and Dave occasionally, but I did my best to drown that out and focus on doing my thing. It wasn't any concern of mine. But I could tell things weren't going smoothly, and they weren't getting on well.”Considering you toured with Roger later, would you say you ultimately became closer to Roger than the rest of the band?
“Well, yeah, I worked with Roger a lot more. We did 13 years of touring, which went on almost every year for months. So yeah, I guess so. Then again, I didn't ever really get close too close with any of them. And I think that was because I felt that I didn't need to do that. Instead, I did my thing, did my best, and enjoyed it.
“For me, it was fine, but I didn't get involved on a social level with Roger, particularly. We'd email and occasionally talk, but we're not on the same wavelength overall. We had musical chemistry rather than a personal one, I think.” "
There were similar interview in Rolling Stone in 2020rollingstone.com/snowy-white-guitarist-interview-roger-waters-pink-floyd