During an interview with Radio X Noel Gallagher shared his thoughts about the recent terror attack occurred in Manchester.
On May 22, right after Ariana Grande’s show at Manchester Arena, a suicide bomber killed 22 people and injured at least 120 -most of them children.
Noel explained: “I put on the radio that morning and of course you hear what’s happened and you know…it takes as while.”
“Having played that arena and all that and stood in that foyer, and being from Manchester…it dawns on you that it’s aimed at young music fans.”
“I’m saying that there are no words but there ARE words. But unfortunately, you can’t broadcast those words.”
Noel, who comes from the Burnage area of Greater Manchester, continued: “But I suppose Manchester Arena will open again and, yeah, you have to keep going. I mean I don’t know what Ariana Grande is gonna do. I couldn’t imagine that. I don’t know what I would feel or how I would react. You just don’t know.”
“I’ve got a teenage daughter, and you know, she may well have been there. But bar a couple of friends who were in hospital and two very close shaves, all the people that I know didn’t get involved in it or weren’t caught up in it.”
“But you know, I think this particular atrocity will take quite a while to heal.”
To watch the video of the interview, click here.
Source: Radio X