Noel Gallagher has said that rock stardom is dying out as bands can no longer afford to live that lifestyle.

Speaking to The Sunday Express Gallagher, 45, said, "Rock stardom will die because nobody will make enough money any more to be rock stars."

“Everybody will be jobbing musicians. It’s unbelievable. The music industry has changed beyond all recognition. The music business we signed in to does not exist any more."

Gallagher also spoke of how that lifestyle can detach you from your audience, "You can’t be a hypocrite and write songs about the plight of the working man when you are sipping champagne at eight in the morning in the South of France with a supermodel.”