Noel Gallagher says being a frontman is a "major pain in the b******s"
Noel Gallagher has revealed the was taken aback by the amount of work it takes to be a successful frontman after launching his solo project, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds.
The musician admitted to Q magazine that after years of being the "great guitarist and backing vocalist who chirped in with the odd funny quip" in Oasis, he now has to step up his game and make more than double the effort:
"I'd got to start again from scratch. I'm not a frontman, now I have to be the guy up the front giving it all the jazz hands."
"I've been in a band with a great frontman, and I was a great guitarist and backing vocalist who chirped in with the odd funny quip. It was perfect. This is just a major pain in the b******s. But I'm getting used to the idea."
You can watch the video for his debut single, 'The Death of You and Me', below:
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