It's not enough to play the old songs; that feels like being your own covers band or something. It's a big release to do new stuff.
I'm always up for a riot, but now and again, you've gotta put your feet up and enjoy the sunset.
I don't know; we'll see what happens with Brexit. If they make it so that you can't travel any more without a visa, I'm going to have to leave the country, stay in the E.U., and probably change my citizenship.
I remember when I was about 15 and still listened to Pet Shop Boys and Chas And Dave, some lad at school lent me a Blur tape, and it had on it a song called 'Bank Holiday.' I said, 'What's this? I liked that tape, but that one song is a bit fast'. He said, 'Yeah, it's punk. It depends what mood you're in.' And then something sort of clicked in me.
I hate to say it - it breaks my heart - but we're a tacky, money-obsessed culture.
I think Julian Casablancas and Amy Winehouse are two contemporaries I envy.
If Oasis is the sound of a council estate singing its heart out, then the Libertines sounded like someone just putting something in the rubbish chute at the back of the estate, trying to work out what day it is.
My sound is just vintage Vox AC30s and Marshalls... Matchless amps are cool as well.
Humanity's always been weird at heart. Look at how societies form, rituals, practices, even rock n' roll. Humanity really is dark and twisted.
It's funny, but I always feel really safe on the streets of London. It's the most inspiring place to be in the world.
I never went to school in England until I was 12.
I'm blindingly optimistic. Ravingly optimistic.
My older sister, Amy Jo, and I - we are the first generation of my family to stay on at school and do any exams at all.
Being skint, drunk, paranoid - no, I don't wish that for myself.
To meet my little girl for the first time was a humbling experience. She's got my eyes and a smile that just melts my heart.
Liverpool and London are two places I looked upon as home.
There's a difference between performing in Philadelphia to New York as much as a difference between playing in Luton and playing in San Francisco, y'know what I mean?
I quite like 50 Cent.
I hate seeing myself misquoted.
I feel a lot better when I've got a bit of cash on me.