3 August 2017

Liam Gallagher Thought Music Was For Losers

Liam Gallagher has said he couldn't see the point of music when he was sixteen.

He told the current issue of GQ “I just thought music was for losers. If I ever saw anyone with a guitar I was like, ‘Go and kick a football, you weirdo.’ The Manchester music scene was so grim in the Eighties, soppy bands like The Smiths I was like, ’F* ** that.’ I wanted to be a footballer, but I wasn’t disciplined enough Growing up I just wanted to do as little as possible. That’s why, eventually, the rock’n’roll thing clicked. Sitting about drinking, looking good, taking drugs, wearing nice clothes, shouting into a microphone with your mates... I’ll do a bit of that."

GQ is on sale now in stores and available digitally.


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