Sam Bumper has contemplations... what's more, he's not reluctant to share them.
The Dead Young men artist, who this time last year was tipped for the BBC's Sound Of 2018, doesn't rate individual guitar acts, or recent college grads.
What's more, don't even get him going on Ed Sheeran.
"I respect what he's done - the way that he's sold out Wembley with acoustic guitars. I simply discover his music unimaginably beige.
"I don't confide in tunes that can be played at a child's party and a club simultaneously. I simply don't believe it's right," the North Safeguards lyricist says, getting into his step.
"There's a reptilian thing concerning that."
Jamie Oliver comes in for comparable treatment from the vocalist, who as of late showed up on Later... with Jools Holland and has had two most sizzling records of the week on Annie Macintosh's Radio 1 show.
"Jamie Oliver says £10 for a dinner for two individuals is a modest feast - that is clearly false, it's not modest.
"Envision attempting to take care of a group of six - that resembles silly measures of cash. And afterward envision living on jobseekers!"
'Miserably dependent on Instagram'
The 23-year-old artist doesn't appear to have a lot of truck with his age all things considered. His melody Poundshop Kardashians from his new EP alludes to "excellent individuals without feeling".
"I don't relate to them," he says, prior to pondering further on his individual recent college grads. "I feel like we get an awful rep, yet in addition simultaneously I'm similar to [god] we're really moronic, similar to," he says in his Tyneside lilt.
He yields that maybe it isn't so much that the current host of youthful grown-ups are fundamentally more dumb than their progenitors: "I simply think we've been given more gadgets to flaunt our idiocy.
"We're simply more uncovered - online media truly uncovered individuals on the grounds that your regular day to day existence is shown and you understand we're in this vanity trap.
We're stuck on Instagram, and everybody's at fault for it. Everybody's totally fixated on themselves," he says, explaining that he remembers himself for that section.
"I'm miserably dependent on Instagram," he says authentically. "To the dopamine hits of when one post gets a greater number of preferences than the others. I'm mindful of it, so attempt and put forth a cognizant attempt to chop down."
Without much of any result, apparently, since following a year visiting and showing up on the celebration circuit his profile is on the ascent - which means his propensity for specifically noting messages from fans is beginning to go crazy.
"I must quit noting fans in the end, since it's simply getting excessively," he says. "It used to just be a smidgen of time a day, yet presently it's taking up the entire day. It's nuts."
Part of the fascination with Bumper is the genuine and weak nature of his music. His eerie voice relates issues not covered by different lyricists - male self destruction in Dead Young men, for instance. Or then again the dread of never escaping your old neighborhood in Leave Quick.
A portion of his music tends to portray his home city of Newcastle, with verses like: "Leave quick or stay for eternity."
"I think genuineness is something essential when composing a tune. Assuming you can't sing it with conviction, no other person will trust it.
"I love my old neighborhood however Leave Quick is the manner in which I felt when I was 17, 18 - it's that dread that I'd always be unable to accomplish something different.
"Since I'm accomplishing something different and my work is my music, I feel in an unexpected way... I recently realized that, for what I needed to do, the business isn't here, so I needed to go."
Be that as it may, incidentally, he never needed to leave.
Bumper was found in a nearby bar, where he was pulling pints. His future administrator, Owen Davies, strolled in worn out in the wake of commending the Brit grant win of his craftsman, Ben Howard.
"My bar administrator remembered him and said: 'Get your guitar out and proceed to play toward the edge of the room.'
"I was getting violated (being berated) by others for playing guitar, however at that point he came over and inquired as to whether I had any firsts, so I began playing him a portion of my stuff. What's more, he took my number that night..."
'Guitar groups are junk'
In any case, Bumper has no steadfastness to his type of music, saying it's not where it's going on in the business at this moment.
"A large portion of the guitar groups are [rubbish], man. I think the best stuff that is going on right presently is in the hip-jump world, in the rap world, in grime and in pop. Most of guitar groups suck. Like appropriate suck," he adds.
"With half of the independent groups out there I feel like it's simply a spewing forth. It resembles they're not looking at anything.
"I think the main explanation individuals believe I'm distantly fascinating is on the grounds that I'm looking at something somewhat changed, there's nothing more to it."
Those to have Bumper's well deserved acceptable assessment appear to be rare and the one he singles out to be meriting regard is maybe astonishing for somebody of his experience.
"An illustration of a global pop star who I believe is class, is Beyonce. Love On Top is quite possibly the most exceptional pop tune ever," he adds.
"I couldn't want anything more than to compose the music for a hip-bounce track since I love composing beats," he says. "I'd love to do that for a rapper, however I'm never going to get up on the mic and begin rapping. I'm not going to make a tit out of myself.
"That is Ed Sheeran's work."
Sam Bumper's EP Dead Young men is out on 20 November.