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Bobby Gillespie: ‘I wanted to change music culture’

Life and style | The Guardian

The Primal Scream frontman, 56, on growing up Glaswegian, loving the spotlight and the threat of Brexit

Working-class Glasgow was a very violent place to grow up. I saw violence on the streets. I saw it at football matches and I saw it at school. I had to be careful as the minute I stepped out on to the street anything could happen. If you walked through certain areas and people didn’t know your face you could be in trouble. It was tribalism. You just stuck to your part of the jungle.

I’m a Glaswegian before I’m a Scot. I’ve always been proud of the city and think the city is proud of us and it’s a city with a long tradition. It’s a radical city. It’s an artistic city. It’s got a lot of soul.

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May 11th 2019, 10:58 am
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