Nick Currie (Momus), the songwriter, blogger and former journalist for Wired, on Scottish Independence:
I identify as a Scot, very much. When I’m in Japan and they ask where I’m from, I always say “Scotland”, not “Britain”. I’d like to see Scotland independent, because we have different politics and a different culture from the English. I wouldn’t like to see it become twee, navel-gazing and trivial, though. I hope an independent Scotland would really respect its artists. I’d like to see a cosmopolitanism, an orientation towards Europe and Asia rather than the States, and a kind of new Scottish Enlightenment like the one we had in the 18th Century.”
Taken from his interview with The Quietus.