Liam Gallagher believes that the knife crime epidemic in London could be solved if teenagers took magic mushrooms.
The 'Shockwave' singer says the spiralling number of stabbings in the UK capital, where he and his children live, is ''f***ing scary'' and he thinks that young people need to put down the blades and pick some of the hallucinogenic fungi in order to open their minds.
Speaking to website The Fader, the former Oasis hitmaker said: ''There wasn't much going on when we were growing up but we weren't going around with machetes and throwing acid in people's faces.
''We had f**k all, and I think this generation's got a lot more than we had. So I'm not buying that there's nothing to do.
''There's a field out there - go play football and take some magic mushrooms.''
Liam - who has just released his new album 'Why Me? Why Not.' - also stated that if he were to ever become Prime Minister then he would legalise all drugs because so many people want to take them despite the fact it is a criminal act to have them.
He said: ''I'd legalise them because they are shocking these days. Improve the quality and make some money.''
Liam, 47, and his estranged older brother Noel, 52, shot to fame during the 1990s when Oasis dominated the charts with their rock anthems and he is happy that so many teenagers are now embracing that decade, even though they sometimes don't get the fashion right.
Comparing the fascination with the 90s with Oasis' passion for the 1960s, he said: ''We looked at it through rose-tinted glasses, and that's what they're doing, romanticising things.
''You see some if it and you think, 'You're getting it wrong there.' It's all good though. When you look at the state of the world and you see walls being built in America you can't be getting upset about someone wearing the wrong trainers with their Sergio Tacchini tracksuit.''
Feet are mid-tour and promoting their debut album, and tonight they played Ramsgate Music Hall with support from local band Malpractice.
Famed for performing one of her own songs as her opening gambit on The X Factor, Lucy Spraggan rocked up at the Booking Hall as part of her UK and...
After nearly thirty years since his first solo record Mark Lanegan has just released one of his very best and there's not many artists who can claim...
Listen to their new single 'People Change'.
For the first, and almost certainly last, time Cambridge indie rockers Mallory Knox performed at The Booking Hall in Dover.
'Devour You' is a fantastic follow up to Starcrawler's debut album and represents a move on in terms of sound and, in part, direction.
Salvation Jayne's third birthday bash was a riot of colour and a celebration of a band very much enjoying what they do.
We're feeling the nostalgia this month.