Noel Gallagher both surprised and disappointed many fans recently, when he revealed that he is an anti-masker.

The former Oasis man said in an interview that he refused to wear a mask in public, claiming that "There’s too many f**king liberties being taken away from us now."

"I don’t give a f**k. I choose not to wear one," he added. "If I get the virus it’s on me, it’s not on anyone else."

However, his own daughter Anais does not share her dad's rabble-rousing stance - although it's more out of fear of being 'cancelled' than anything else.

The 20-year-old said in a new interview: "I get where he’s coming from but I’m less full-on than him. I’m generally less revolutionary than my dad. I’ve never not worn a mask. ‘I think my generation is quite lenient and that’s not necessarily a good thing. We do what we’re told a bit too much, we come from the era of fake news and Facebook telling us what the news is."

She added: "We are also hugely afraid of being cancelled. It’s very dangerous to stand up and be your own person in my generation. If you are going against the grain, you can be totally cut out."

Gallagher isn't the only high-profile musician to speak out against masks - Ian Brown and Van Morrison have also been very vocal on the topic of lockdown, masks and vaccines.

His brother Liam also recently (jokingly) took issue with the notion of being told to stay indoors, although at least he's going to wear a mask while breaking the rules.