Turning 30 has given Courteeners frontman Liam Fray a relaxed new attitude to life. He discusses the band’s Prince-influenced new album, witnessing French riots and selling out a huge gig at Manchester’s Heaton Park.
When you turn 30, it’s generally understood that you...
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