Noel Gallagher says he’s never been so embarrassed for a man in his life after watching Liam’s Glastonbury set and calls him and his fans “unsophisticated.”
Noel gave an explosive interview with The Guardian where he slammed Liam and his two sons Lennon and Gene Gallagher, as well as the likes of Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn.
During the interview he spoke about watching Liam’s Glastonbury set saying:
“I’d read somewhere that it was a headline set in the making, so I thought: ‘Fucking hell, better watch this!’ I don’t think I’ve ever been so embarrassed for a man in my entire life. He’s pulled off the incredible magic trick of making those Oasis songs sound weedy and thin. And he looked like he was having the worst day of his life, walking around in what looks like a pair of my son’s pyjamas, shouting into a mic about some perceived injustice … if you can’t sing ’em, don’t play ’em!”
When asked if he listens to Liam’s solo material, he responded:
“I don’t listen to the albums, because I can’t stand his voice. But I hear it on the radio. I think it’s unsophisticated music. For unsophisticated people. Made by an unsophisticated man. Who’s giving unsophisticated orders to a load of songwriters who think they’re doing the Oasis thing. Which goes back to what I was saying before. You can turn the Marshall amp up to 12 all you want and do a bit of glam, but Oasis words were about including people, everyone in it together. And what I hear from him is just a load of bile … angry nonsense. I reckon if I put my two sons in a room – one’s nine, one’s 11 – for about 45 minutes, they could probably muster up something better than that new single of his.”
He also blamed Liam and his sons Lennon and Gene for the online abuse his wife Sara Macdonald and daughter Anais Gallagher is receiving:
“Once you start texting my children – and his two sons have been going for her, too – and legitimise my wife being bullied on the internet, where she has to shut down Instagram accounts because of the vile shit being written about her and my daughter, then it (making up)ain’t happening.”
To read the full interview go to The Guardian’s website.