Noel Gallagher on political party leaders: ‘Say something radical you utterly contemptible bastards’

Singer-songwriter hits out at politicians ahead of May 7 vote

Noel Gallagher has said that he has no interest in the upcoming general election in Britain, urging the party leaders to say something “radical” to get his attention.

Britain will go to the polls on May 7 to vote in the 2015 general election. However, according to his latest blog post written for the Huffington Post, Gallagher has little interest in the outcome.

In the blog, Gallagher explains how he was asked about the election while being interviewed in Japan. “Someone asked me about our “upcoming erection?”… ‘Scuse me? Who gives a fuck about that anyway?” he asks. “79 per cent of the fiscal this…2.4 per cent growth of the annual that, spend, cut, borrow, lend, build…blah, blah FUCKING BLAH. Say something radical you utterly contemptible bastards.”

Noel did not pass comment on the rumours linking Oasis to a possible reunion next year. The rumour that the band might get back together first emerged over the weekend with the pair said to have reached a ‘gentleman’s agreement’ to reform the Britpop outfit.

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Oasis acrimoniously split in 2009 with Noel citing an inability to work with his brother as the key reason. There has, however, seemingly been a thawing in the pair’s relationship lately. Last month saw Liam taking to Twitter to post a photo of himself holding a backstage pass to one of Noel’s gigs, who in turn has publically encouraged his younger sibling to record a solo album.

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