MUSICIAN Rod Stewart has hinted at his support for a second Scottish independence referendum as he attacked Boris Johnson’s hard Brexit.

Speaking to Spanish newspaper El Mundo, the singer, 76, described the UK’s decision to leave the EU as an “enormous error” and a “disaster” for musicians.

London-born Stewart, who is a big Celtic and Scotland supporter and the son of a builder from Leith, told the newspaper that there were “loads of things Boris didn’t think about” when it comes to Brexit.

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“He should have called me, I would have explained a couple of things to him,” he joked.

“I’ve always been against it, I liked things the way they were before.

“What have we gained with all this? Ending up with no lorries?”

He added that British voters had been “fooled and lied to” over leaving the EU.

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The Maggie May singer was also asked about his views towards Scottish independence, given Scotland voted overwhelmingly to remain in the bloc back in 2016.

In 2014, Stewart backed Better Together. But in 2019, he suggested he would be “happy” with independence if it’s “good for Scotland”.

“I don’t live there, so it would be a bit presumptuous on my part to give an opinion on what future is best for the Scottish, but I will support what they decide and is good for them,” he told El Mundo.

“I love Scotland, the country and its people.”

Stewart had previously come under fire over his political views after congratulating Johnson for winning the 2019 General Election.