Turning everyday objects into instruments is nothing new, but even so Noel Gallagher's band has to be the first to have someone playing a pair of scissors.
The former Oasis star took to the Pyramid Stage with his band the High Flying birds at this year's Glastonbury.
And while the BBC were worried there might be a fair bit of swearing from the singer-songwriter, viewers were more focused on the scissor-playing woman behind him.
can only admire how Noel Gallagher's band at Glastonbury has someone on scissors pic.twitter.com/TbHjNtTbzK— Chairman Moët (@ChairmanMoet) June 25, 2022
"Can only admire how Noel Gallagher's band at Glastonbury has someone on scissors," wrote one on Twitter.
Another quipped, "Have I drunk too much or have I just witnessed a pair of scissors being used as a musical instrument through a whole song for Noel Gallagher?"
A third joked: "@NoelGallagher Any chance of joining the band? I’m pretty handy with a hole punch!!"
Featured Image Credit: BBC
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