Paul Weller believes he would be in a “padded cell” if he hadn’t recorded music through the coronavirus lockdown.

The rocker ‘The Changingman’ has been working on the new LP ‘Fat Pop (Vol. 1)’ for the last year and he admitted that he was grateful to still have a creative outlet when the world came to terms with COVID-19 Pandemic has been closed.

When asked what it would have been like without access to a studio during that time, he said, “I would probably be in a padded cell. I have no idea.

“I mean, maybe I’ll make it sound easier than it is.

“The songwriting part still has a lot of finesse and chipping.”

And the 62-year-old star joked that he set the record so he could get a “break” from his young children.

Paul – the adult children Leah and Natt from his first marriage to Dee C. Lee, Dylan from a relationship with a make-up artist named Lucy, Jesamine and Stevie Mac with former partner Samantha Stock and twins Bowie and John Paul and their daughter Nova with Mrs. Hannah – laughed: “I took the picture so that I can escape and take a break! But I think I used it [the time] wise too, you know “

The former jam front man admitted that he “really enjoyed” the initial ban because he felt no pressure to do anything or feel guilty just sitting in the sun and relaxing.

In an interview with Uncut magazine, he added: “Actually, I have to say, I really enjoyed the first ban.

“For the first time you couldn’t do anything so you didn’t have to feel guilty and the weather was fantastic and there were no planes.

“Nature was in full bloom and the birds were singing.

“When people disappear, nature regains itself.

“That would happen if we left tomorrow. It is we who turn everything upside down. “