Gallagher can't understand 'fuss' around Daft Punk single

Gallagher can't understand 'fuss' around Daft Punk single

Liam Gallagher has blasted Daft Punk's new single.

The Beady Eye frontman insists he could've written 'Get Lucky' in "a f***ing hour" and can't understand the "fuss" surrounding the French duo's track, which has already sold half a million copies in the UK.

He ranted: "I'd write that in a f***ing hour. I don't know what the fuss is about, you know what I mean? It's like f**k off, give me a f**king break."

Daft Punk - which is made up of Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo - famously keep their real identities hidden, but Liam is not a fan of their helmetted-robot outfits.

Speaking to Sony's MU streaming service he added: "I am not going to have people wear disguises.

"Take your f***ing helmet off. Let's see what you look like sans helmet, whatever you're called."

Meanwhile, Daft Punk - who released new album 'Random Access Memories' this week - have confirmed plans for more new material as they are working on remixes of their songs.

Thomas said: "We're working on some mixes ourselves, so yes, there will probably be Daft Punk mixes of Daft Punk. The first track we're remixing is 'Get Lucky'. That will be out by the end of June."

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