Liam Gallagher is the most sensible voice on Brexit

'We all live under one sky'

Ella Kemp
Wednesday 11 October 2017 14:15

Ever outspoken on everything, Liam Gallagher has just revealed his thoughts on Brexit and was beautifully matter-of-fact as usual.

In an interview with NME , Gallagher was asked about Brexit to which he responded, unsurprisingly, with no restraint.

“No thoughts on it, man. I love Europe”, he said. “I guess the borders have got to be tightened but all that stuff about going ‘this is my country’, I don’t get that. We all live under one sky. I certainly don’t sit there and go ‘this is my f***in’ England, stay out’, but I think we should definitely keep an eye on who’s coming in and out of the country”.

“That just makes common sense because you don’t want a load of loony c*** coming in. But good people should be allowed to move and groove wherever they want”.

Past Europe, Gallagher spoke up about US president Donald Trump, and his own role in the threatening current state of affairs.

““He’s a d***. They’re all d***,” he established. “Kim Jong f***in’ whatever he’s called, they’re all off their f***in’ tits. I’m here to take people away from all that. You certainly ain’t gonna get me stomping around like Bono.”

Featuring a more mature sound and a fresh crop of songwriting credits for the artist, Liam Gallagher’s new solo album As You Were is out now.

Read our interview with him here.

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