You rarely see him so self-critical
In an interview, Noel Gallagher was unusually self-critical: he was an imposter and had no idea what he was doing.
Unusually self-critical words from Noel Gallagher (55): The musician, who has sold millions of albums with Oasis and is considered one of the best songwriters of our time, now described himself as an imposter in an interview.
In a new one Episode of the “First And Last” series of BBC Sounds, the musician said: “I’m a con man from a council estate… I have no idea what I’m doing.” The singer and guitarist continued to explain that he only does everything by feel. “I’ve never had a single music lesson in my life.” The world-famous musician also has his own explanation for this: “It’s not that I don’t believe in it, but when someone teaches you something, you only implement what you’ve learned from them.”
The brothers Noel and Liam Gallagher (50) founded Oasis in 1991, the band split up in 2009. Noel now makes music with his band Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds. Since the separation, there has been a fight between the brothers, who have always been very bickering. Most recently, Noel is said to have banned his brother from playing old Oasis songs at his performances.
Noel’s list of insults is long
Noel is not only known for insulting his brother. The victims of his verbal failures have included Prince Harry (38), Ed Sheeran (31), Arctic Monkeys frontman Alex Turner (36), German rap in general, One Direction, Kylie Minogue (54), Phil Collins (71 ), Eminem (50) and many more.