Liam Gallagher discusses Alex Turner’s fashion sense

Gallagher has also revealed his favorite Arctic Monkeys tune. Liam Gallagher has spoken out against Alex Turner’s fashion sense. A fan recently asked the former Oasis singer and Pretty Green clothing line creator if he’d dress up as Arctic Monkeys frontman and guitarist for a show. An photograph of Turner in a suit from the ‘Tranquility Base…’ album era was attached to the message. Gallagher, known for his fondness of parka jackets and ’60s Mod-inspired gear, responded, “He looks good [but] I can’t be wearing suits on stage fuck that snizzle.” See the post below.

One of Gallagher’s fans also asked him to select his favorite Arctic Monkeys song. ‘Cornerstone,’ the romantic 2009 single from the Sheffield band’s third album ‘Humbug,’ was chosen.

Gallagher apparently reconciled with Turner over a pint at the Sziget Festival in 2018 after earlier mocking the Monkeys vocalist for appearing to adopt an American twang. Gallagher previously criticized singers who “start speaking American” after relocating to the United States in an interview on BBC Radio 1. “Like the geezer out of Arctic Monkeys,” he added. “Didn’t he do it?” He began to wear his hair in a quiff and biker leather jackets. “Do you understand what I mean?” It’s like, when he goes back to his mother’s house, does he actually walk in the door wearing that biker leather jacket and say, ‘Hey mum, can I have some tea?'” “She’s going to give him a clip, isn’t she?” Gallagher continued. You understand what I mean.” Noel Gallagher, the ‘C’mon You Know’ singer’s estranged brother and former bandmate, previously stated that he would “rather drink petrol from the nozzle” than listen to Turner do another interview.

Noel later justified his remarks in an interview with NME in 2015. “Alex is a fucking top dude in a fucking top band, and he’s a very attractive man,” he explained. “On the other hand, his interviews are mediocre.” The High Flying Birds guitarist then offered his thoughts on Arctic Monkeys’ polarizing 2018 album ‘Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino’. “I don’t know what to make of it,” he stated of the experimental album. “You’d think there’d be a few choruses.” There are none of them.” The Monkeys headlined Glastonbury Festival for the third time in their history last month. The gig comes at the end of the band’s stadium tour in the United Kingdom and Ireland in promotion of their seventh studio album, ‘The Car,’ released in 2022. Meanwhile, Liam Gallagher will celebrate the release of his upcoming live album ‘Knebworth 22’ with a small-scale show at London’s KOKO next month.

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