1994 was a significant year for Pink Floyd with the release of their fourteenth studio album, "The Division Bell," in March. This album marked the band's first studio release since "A Momentary Lapse of Reason" and featured a more collaborative approach, with contributions from Richard Wright. "The Division Bell" explored themes of communication and reconciliation, and was generally well-received by fans and critics alike.Following the album's release, Pink Floyd embarked on the "Division Bell" tour, their final major tour as a band. The tour was a massive success, with extensive dates in North America and Europe. The concerts featured elaborate stage designs, intricate lighting effects, and iconic props, continuing the band's tradition of immersive live performances. The tour culminated in a series of historic shows at Earl's Court in London.