A month before the release of his second solo album, Mr Liam Gallagher is sitting in the corner of Café Rouge in Highgate – an establishment that, to be clear, he chose for this interview – talking about his recent success.
“I’m surprised someone with a mouth like me is still getting away with it. I thought only posh boys got on the radio,” he says with a smirk, eyes glowering beneath his mod-meets-punk haircut. “I’m suspicious of it. I’m looking at the bigger picture and thinking, ‘Am I being allowed to come back to the party because the country is on its f***ing arse, and I’m keeping the working classes in check?’”
Read the full interview here.