Liam Gallagher gets political on solo album debut
LIAM GALLAGHER has suggested which side of the fence he is on after getting political on an apparent Brexit track.
The ex-Oasis frontman was filmed swaggering along the banks of the Thames performing his politically charged new tune Chinatown. Manchester-born Liam, 44, sings: ‘What’s it to be free man/What’s a European? Me I just believe in the sun.’
He also takes a pop at civil liberties with: ‘Well the cops are taking over/While everyone’s in yoga.’ His debut solo album, As You Were, is out on October 6.
Author: Andrei Harmsworth