Pink Floyd are soon to be releasing their first album for 20 years, and what that usually means is they'll probably be touring again. Hopefully. Pretty please?
Well if they do tour off the back of The Endless River (maybe a Stephen Hawking guest appearance too?) and they needed a reserve drummer, they need look no further than the radness that is 5-year-old drummer boy Juan Salvador Cruz Demarco
Watch him prog rock out with his mom and dad's band Kafod, with 15-year-old Lucas Carrasco on guitar.
The band play two tracks off Floyd's The Wall, starting with "The Happiest Days of Our Lives" and finishing with the anti-establishment sing-a-long classic, "Another Brick in the Wall." Get that lighter in the air.