Turner revealed that he and bandmate Matt Helders once dressed up as Oasis and attempted to perform as their favourite band for a school assembly.
"In the UK, you go from primary school to secondary school at age 11," he told Pitchfork. "And when we left primary school, all the kids would form groups and do a performance, like the girls would do a dance to the Spice Girls, or whatever.
"So me and Matt and some of our friends put on Morning Glory - we 'played' some tennis racquets and pretended to be Oasis. Matt was Liam Gallagher, he had the bucket hat on. I was the bass player.
"We were just standing there, doing what Oasis did onstage. Which was not a great deal. I don't think we got as good a reaction as the Spice Girls."
Speaking about Oasis and their classic album (What's The Story) Morning Glory?, he added: "With Oasis, it's just that attitude, like it's resistant against everything else that's going on in music. I don't know if you can fully understand that, it's like an impulse, isn't it? Especially at that age, you don't rationalise, you're just like, 'That looks cool'.
"And I feel like that's the f**king way it should be now, in a way. Guitar music or rock'n'roll or whatever you want to call it sort of goes away with trends, but it'll never go away completely. It can't die because it's so fundamentally attractive."
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Watch the video for 'Wonderwall' by Oasis below: