Liam Gallagher claims Noel has been “on the phone begging for forgiveness”

In October last year, Noel said there’s “no point” in an Oasis reunion because the band still sell “as many records now” than they did when they were together.

Liam, in contrast, has been vocal about his support of an Oasis reunion in recent years. In February 2022, Liam said that Oasis “should never have split up,” and that he would “love” the iconic band to get back together.

Just had RKID on the phone begging for forgiveness bless him wants to meet up what Dya reckon meet up or fuck him off

— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) January 18, 2023

In an NME Big Read cover story in 2020, Liam also said that an Oasis reunion will happen “very fucking soon,” because he believes Noel is “greedy and he loves money and he knows that it’s got to happen soon or it won’t happen”.

The brothers appeared to be embroiled in a fresh feud late last year, after Liam claimed there were no Oasis songs in his Knebworth 22 documentary because “angry squirt” Noel Gallagher “blocked them”. Liam also recently hit back at critics of him singing Oasis songs at gigs.

In a four-star review of last year’s Knebworth 22 film, NME wrote: “His Knebworth 22 may never attain the near-mythical status of its Oasis predecessor, but – as the film shows – it arrived at a moment when generations of music lovers needed an excuse to get together, get teary-eyed and enjoy a boozy singalong.”

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In other news, it was announced yesterday that Noel is due to release his fourth studio record ‘Council Skies’ with the High Flying Birds on June 2 via Sour Mash. You can pre-order/pre-save it here.

Elsewhere, Noel and his wife Sara Macdonald announced earlier this month that they are to divorce. The couple, who married at a private ceremony at the Lime Wood Hotel in the New Forest in 2011, had been together for 22 years. They have two sons – Donovan and Sonny who were born in 2007 and 2010.

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Liam Gallagher responds to rumours he’s moving to the countryside near Blur’s Alex James

“I hope he does take the plunge, but farms are the nearest thing there is to a natural habitat for the rock gentlemen,” he said of his former musical rival. “I don’t think anyone ever bought a farm and said ‘oh no’.”

Asked about the rumours by a fan on Twitter, Gallagher unfortunately branded them fake and said there is no chance of him moving to the Cotswolds.

“Is it true you’re looking to move into a country house next to Alex James, LG?” the fan wrote, to which Gallagher responded: “Fake news full of Bumbaclarts round those parts.”

Fake news full of Bumbaclarts round those parts

— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) November 25, 2022

James is set to reunite with Blur next year for two huge Wembley Stadium gigs on July 8 and 9, with other shows at a French festival and Dublin’s Malahide Castle also confirmed.

James also teased the possibility of new music from the band. Blur’s eighth and latest studio album, ‘The Magic Whip’, came out in 2015.

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“I literally never know what’s going to happen next with Damon [Albarn],” James said in an interview with BBC 6Music’s Steve Lamacq. “It might be the last show, it might [lead to] a new album. It’s part of the fun of it, I literally never know what’s going to happen.”

James also revealed how surprised he had been to discover how much younger audiences had latched on to Blur’s music. “What amazes me is how Blur’s blown up on socials. It’s crazy how many 18 to 24 year olds like us, because you can look at all the data and analyse it, right?

“The amount of people that come up to me and go like, ‘Blur’s my daughter’s favourite band,’ or ‘My son’s trying to learn how to play the bass on ‘Song 2’. The music seems to have found a new audience.”

Gallagher, meanwhile, released new documentary Knebworth 22 last week, telling the story of his huge return to the legendary venue this summer.

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Liam Gallagher hits back at critics of him singing Oasis songs at gigs

Gallagher played two gigs at Knebworth Park this summer, which have been immortalised in the concert film Knebworth 22.

Ahead of the film’s release Gallagher revealed that there would be no Oasis songs included in the documentary because he claimed that his estranged brother and former bandmate Noel “blocked them”.

Anyone who got a problem with me singing oasis tunes ain’t real oasis fans there just massive CUNTZ

— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) November 20, 2022

Speaking to NME at the film’s premiere recentlyKnebworth 22 director Toby L spoke about the singer’s return to Knebworth Park this summer, calling it “a great moment” for “a new generation of fans that weren’t alive when Oasis was around”.

“I thought there was a lot of beauty and pathos for it because we’d all been going through such a difficult time the last few years,” Toby said.

In a previous statement, Gallagher explained of the documentary: “I’m still in shock that I got to play Knebworth two nights, 26 years after I played it with Oasis.

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“To have played to multiple generations at the same venue so many years apart was beyond Biblical. I’m so glad that we documented it. Knebworth for me was and always will be a celebration of the fans as well as the music. Enjoy the film and let’s do it again in another 26 years. LG x.”

In a four-star review of the film, NME wrote: “His Knebworth 22 may never attain the near-mythical status of its Oasis predecessor, but – as the film shows – it arrived at a moment when generations of music lovers needed an excuse to get together, get teary-eyed and enjoy a boozy singalong.”

In other news, Gallagher was announced recently as a headliner for Boardmasters festival in 2023 alongside Florence + The Machine.

The beach-side festival will return to Newquay, Cornwall from August 9-13 next summer, with Little SimzFour TetJockstrap and Wunderhorse also set to play.

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Liam Gallagher and Florence + The Machine to headline Boardmasters 2023

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The news comes after Florence + The Machine postponed the remainder of their UK tour last week after Florence Welch broke her foot on stage in London.

In a statement posted to Instagram, Welch revealed that she unknowingly played Friday night’s (November 18) show at London’s The O2 with the fracture, and had the break confirmed after an X-Ray.

She shared her disappointment in the new post and revealed that the shows, which were set to continue with a run until the end of the month, are in the process of being rescheduled for 2023.

Welch wrote: “I’m so sorry to say that after an X ray it seems I was dancing on a broken foot last night. It is not in my nature to postpone a show, and certainly not a UK tour, but I’m in pain and as dancers know, dancing on an injury is not a good idea. And have been told not to perform to avoid further damage.”

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She added: “I’m heartbroken as the Dance Fever tour has been my favourite show we have ever put on. The communion with you. Your beautiful faces shining.”

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Blur’s Alex James “delighted” that he and Liam Gallagher might become neighbours

Speaking about his own lifestyle on the farm, James added: “It’s just a walking, living, breathing cliché I’m afraid.”

Earlier this week, Blur announced they’ll be performing a reunion show at Wembley Stadium next year, marking their first headline show since 2015. It was announced as a one-off performance for July 8, 2023, but the band have also added a second date (July 9), due to high demand.

They’ll be joined by SlowthaiSelf Esteem and Jockstrap for the first show, but it’s not yet confirmed if they’ll also be supports for the second.

Blur’s setlist will comprise their greatest hits, with frontman Damon Albarn saying: “We really love playing these songs and thought it’s about time we did it again.” Find tickets here.

It comes after NME sat down with Albarn earlier in the year, who at the time said the band had been in talks about the idea of a reunion show.

“Well, we did have a chat recently, but we haven’t really progressed further than that,” he said back in June. “We did have an idea though; I’ve just been a bit busy at the moment obviously. When it happens, I’ll be made up.”

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Liam Gallagher responds to Robbie Williams’ claim Oasis were “bullies”

Gallagher took to Instagram today (November 4) to respond to Williams’ comments and deny any accusations of bullying.

“I agree with him on the vital ting not on the bully thing,” he said. “I’ve never bullied anyone in my life I’m a massive piss taker for sure and probably gone a little too far sometimes, but if I’ve ever hurt anyone’s feelings I apologise.”

I agree with him on the vital ting not on the bully thing I’ve never bullied anyone in my life I’m a massive piss taker for sure and probably gone a little too far sometimes but if I’ve ever hurt anyone’s feelings I apologise

— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) November 4, 2022

Elsewhere in the interview, Williams said that he felt Gallagher now “looks as though he’s changed” and that he found his personality “vital”.

“He’s doing fine. And he’s rocking it,” Williams said. “The great thing about being a fan of Oasis is when Liam comes out with a great album, I can be a fan. The great thing about being resentful towards them is when they don’t, I’m happy. I win on both sides.

Liam Gallagher and Robbie Williams at Glastonbury Festival in 1995 (Picture: Getty)

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“It’s so genuine, Liam’s last album that he put out: there’s like five or six tracks on there that are just like… I’m so glad he exists. I’m so glad that he is a personality out there that’s vital, because there’s not many of them about. And especially in this day and age where pop stars can’t say and do and be personalities, it’s fantastic that there’s a Liam Gallagher in the world.”

Last week, The Who frontman Roger Daltrey spoke about his hope that Oasis will one day reform.

Robbie Williams, meanwhile, will soon play two special concerts at London’s Royal Albert Hall. He’s also set to headline the Isle Of Wight Festival 2023 alongside PulpGeorge Ezra and The Chemical Brothers.

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Liam Gallagher forced to cancel show due to illness

He added: “I never want to let any down down am really sorry for any disappointment but I have to put my health first.”

You can see the tweets below.

I never want to let anyone down am really sorry for any disappointment but I have to put my health first LG x

— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) July 9, 2022

Last month, Gallagher performed two huge sold-out solo shows at Knebworth,  performing to over 160,000 people over two nights.

The star was supported by KasabianPaolo Nutini, Amyl & The Sniffers and Pastel at the first night of Knebworth 2022. The second night saw Kasabian return alongside other supports including Michael KiwanukaFat White Family and Goat Girl.

Reviewing the shows, NME wrote: “When Liam Gallagher first announced his return to Knebworth he described the gigs as “history – part two”. It was a bold step even by his bullish standards. (But) if Liam wanted to give the kids their own Knebworth here: mission accomplished.”

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During both shows, Gallagher brought out The Stone Roses’ John Squire for ‘Champagne Supernova’.

“A big fucking round of applause for the coolest man on the planet,” Gallagher told the crowd as he introduced him on the first night. “The one and only John fucking Squire.” Squire also came out with Oasis during their shows at the venue in 1996.

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Liam Gallagher hints at continued collaboration with The Stone Roses’ John Squire

Now, Gallagher has hinted that the shows aren’t the end of his collaboration with Squire, taking to Twitter to say: “SUPER GROUP INCOMING LG JS.”

See the tweet below:

SUPER GROUP INCOMING LG JS

— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) June 19, 2022

Back in 2017, Gallagher stated his desire to form a dream supergroup would feature The Stone Roses and Richard Ashcroft.

“The ideal ones would be the guys out of The Stone Roses. I think they just split up, so that would be good. [Richard] Ashcroft would be good. There’s a lot of people out there, but the majority of them are all doing their own thing,” he said. “But, if they want to do one, give us a shout. I’ll do it.”

Gallagher’s huge sold out solo shows at Knebworth saw him perform to over 160,000 people over two nights.

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The star was supported by KasabianPaolo NutiniAmyl & The Sniffers and Pastel at the first night of Knebworth 2022. The second night saw Kasabian return alongside other supports including Michael KiwanukaFat White Family and Goat Girl.

Reviewing the shows, NME wrote: “When Liam Gallagher first announced his return to Knebworth he described the gigs as ‘history – part two’. It was a bold step even by his bullish standards. (But) if Liam wanted to give the kids their own Knebworth here: mission accomplished.”

Meanwhile, Gallagher recently reflected on his “obsession” with the Stone Roses in an interview with NME. In the latest in the Firsts video series, the musician looked back on his first gig, where he saw Stone Roses at former Manchester music venue International 2. “It blew my mind and that’s when I wanted to join a band,” he said.

He also explained that the Roses were the first band he fell in love with. “Our kid was into The Smiths but they were a little bit too early for me and a little bit too student-y,” he said. “But the Roses were a bit more laddy – not as laddy as us, but it felt a bit more right.”

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Liam Gallagher fan confuses washing line for camping chair at Knebworth

Taking to Twitter, Kaisha Bennett shared a photo of her dad proudly holding up the laundry accessory. “Only my dad would bring what he thought was a camping chair all the way to Knebworth for Liam Gallagher but turns out it’s actually a washing line,” they wrote.

Only my dad would bring what he thought was a camping chair all the way to Knebworth for LG but turns out it’s actually a washing line 🙃 @liamgallagher #Knebworth pic.twitter.com/GlJOC1UI7E

— Kaisha Bennett (@kaishaabennett) June 4, 2022

Gallagher is yet to respond but did take to Twitter to praise the fans at the show. “I wanna thank everyone who was at Knebworth last night,” he wrote. “Big up the Pastels, big up the Sniffers, big up Paulo and big up Kasabian and most of all the beautiful people, you looked and sounded wait for it… biblical, celestial, majestical, approachable, humble.”

“Oh, and spiritual he added.

I wanna thank everyone who was at KNEBWORTH last night big up the Pastels big up the Sniffers and big up Paulo and big up Kasabian and most of all the beautiful people you looked and sounded wait for it …………….,.. BIBLICAL/CELESTIAL/MAJESTICAL/APPROACHABLE/HUMBLE LG x

— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) June 4, 2022

Reviewing the show, NME wrote: “When Liam Gallagher first announced his return to Knebworth, he described the gigs as “history – part two”. It was a bold step even by his bullish standards. (But) if Liam wanted to give the kids their own Knebworth here: mission accomplished.”

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During both shows, Gallagher brought out The Stone Roses’ John Squire for ‘Champagne Supernova’.

“A big fucking round of applause for the coolest man on the planet,” Gallagher told the crowd as he introduced him on the first night. “The one and only John fucking Squire.” Squire also came out with Oasis during their shows at the venue in 1996.

Meanwhile, Gallagher recently reflected on his “obsession” with the Stone Roses in an interview with NME. In the latest in the Firsts video series, the musician looked back on his first gig, where he saw Stone Roses at former Manchester music venue International 2. “It blew my mind and that’s when I wanted to join a band,” he said.

He also explained that the Roses were the first band he fell in love with. “Our kid was into The Smiths but they were a little bit too early for me and a little bit too student-y,” he said. “But the Roses were a bit more laddy – not as laddy as us, but it felt a bit more right.”

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Watch John Squire join Liam Gallagher onstage at Knebworth

“A big fucking round of applause for the coolest man on the planet,” Gallagher told the crowd as he introduced him. “The one and only John fucking Squire.” Watch fan-shot footage of ‘Champagne Supernova’ from Knebworth below.

I just watched John Squire walk on stage and smash out champagne supernova! #LiamGallagher #Knebworth #johnsquire pic.twitter.com/VoMaUQ7geG

— Paul (@Paulspur7) June 4, 2022

John squire pic.twitter.com/QU6IA1nixQ

— Harris (@craven43h2) June 3, 2022

John Squire On That Guitar – Knebworth 👌🏻🇬🇧@liamgallagher pic.twitter.com/9aRocUX4Vc

— Lewis D (@Lduckers87) June 3, 2022

As in Manchester earlier this week, Gallagher opened the show with three Oasis songs in ‘Hello’, ‘Rock’n’Roll Star’ and ‘Morning Glory’, before launching into tracks from his solo albums. He gave another airing to ‘Standing On The Shoulders Of Giants’ song ‘Roll It Over’ after giving it its live debut at the Etihad Stadium on Wednesday (June 1). See the full setlist below.

Liam Gallagher played:

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‘Hello’
‘Rock’n’Roll Star’
‘Morning Glory’
‘Wall Of Glass’
‘Shockwave’
‘Everything’s Electric’
‘Better Days’
‘Why Me? Why Not’
‘Stand By Me’
‘Roll It Over’
‘Slide Away’
‘More Power’
‘C’mon You Know’
‘Diamond In The Dark’
‘The River’
‘Once’
‘Some Might Say’
‘Cigarettes & Alcohol’
‘Supersonic’
‘Wonderwall’
‘Live Forever’
‘Champagne Supernova’

The star was supported by Kasabian, Paolo Nutini, Amyl & The Sniffers and Pastel at the first night of Knebworth 2022. He will be joined by Kasabian, Michael Kiwanuka, Fat White Family and Goat Girl for the second night tonight (June 4). You can find the set times for the show here.

Meanwhile, Gallagher recently reflected on his “obsession” with the Stone Roses in an interview with NME. In the latest in the Firsts video series, the musician looked back on his first gig, where he saw Stone Roses at former Manchester music venue International 2. “It blew my mind and that’s when I wanted to join a band,” he said.

He also explained that the Roses were the first band he fell in love with. “Our kid was into The Smiths but they were a little bit too early for me and a little bit too student-y,” he said. “But the Roses were a bit more laddy – not as laddy as us, but it felt a bit more right.”

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Liam Gallagher celebrates fourth solo Number One with ‘C’mon You Know’

Gallagher, who headlines the first of two enormous Knebworth shows tonight, said of the accolade: “What do we have here? Another Number One record brothers and sisters! Thanks to everyone whose bought ‘C’mon You Know’ and ‘Down By The River’. I’m buzzing, you’re very kind. Thanks everyone and I’ll see you again.”

‘C’mon You Know’ knocked Harry Stylesrecord-breaking new album ‘Harry’s House’ down to Number Two. Ed Sheeran‘s ‘=‘ is at Number Three, while Def Leppard‘s twelfth album ‘Diamond Star Halos‘ is Number Five, the band’s highest placing since 1996.

On the singles’ chart, The Kunts‘ anti-monarchy protest song ‘Prince Andrew Is A Sweaty Nonce’, released to coincide with Queen Elizabeth II’s platinum jubilee celebrations, reached Number 20.

Styles’ ‘As It Was’ held the top spot on the singles chart for the ninth consecutive week. It’s the longest-running UK Number One since Sheeran’s 11-week reign with ‘Bad Habits’ last year.

Cat Burns‘ ‘Go’ provided Styles’ closest challenger at Number Two, with Lizzo‘s ‘About Damn Time’ in third.

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Classic acts also saw returns to the charts. ABBA‘s ‘Gold – Greatest Hits’ is Number Nine in the albums chart, following the start of the band’s avatar-based ‘Voyage’ live shows. Kate Bush‘s ‘Running Up That Hill’ reached Number Eight in the singles chart following a hugely popular appearance in the soundtrack to the new series of Stranger Things.

Queen‘s ‘Greatest Hits’, meanwhile, has reached the landmark milestone of 1,000 weeks on the Official Album Chart. It makes Queen the first British group to achieve this and the third act overall, after Bob Marley & The Wailers‘ ‘Legend’ and the aforementioned ABBA’s greatest hits.

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Liam Gallagher says he might dedicate a song to Noel at Knebworth

Oasis played to 250,000 fans at Knebworth in 1996 and next week, Gallagher will perform at Knebworth to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Oasis’ landmark outdoor shows at the venue in August 1996.

He went on to say that there would be no feuding at the gig, especially because his mum Peggy will be in attendance.

“I’ll be behaving the first night ‘cause me mam’s coming and then the second night I’ll go mental…I mean, I say that…you say that don’t you – ‘I’m gonna go mental man the second night’. I’ll have a couple of beers and then be like that, ‘You know what, I’m off to bed!’”

Liam Gallagher performing on ‘Later… with Jools Holland’. Credit: BBC/YouTube

Gallagher’s third solo album, ‘C’mon, You Know’ was released today (May 27) via Warner. He’s already previewed the record with the singles ‘Everything’s Electric’‘Better Days’ and the album’s title track.

Reviewing the album, NME said: “His 2017 debut solo album, ‘As You Were’, had a clear task: to establish his epic comeback. Album two, 2019’s ‘Why Me? Why Not.’, was the glorious victory lap, the second pint that deepened the pleasure of the first. This third record is the sound of Liam with little to prove; it’s loose and relaxed…

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“…At once experimental and familiar enough to keep his stunning second act on course, ‘C’mon You Know’ finds Liam Gallagher having his cake and eating it – and there’s plenty to go round at this party. If he doesn’t overthink it, why should you? Turn off your mind, relax and bring the cans.”

Gallagher will showcase his new LP during a string of huge headline concerts over the summer. You can find the full schedule and buy any remaining tickets here.

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Liam Gallagher plays unreleased track ‘World’s In Need’ on ‘Later… With Jools Holland’

For the performance, Gallagher played ‘World’s In Need’, an unreleased song that he debuted during an intimate 17-song gig in Blackburn last month.

The track is set to feature on Gallagher’s upcoming third studio album, ‘C’mon You Know’, due for release next week.

Watch the Later performance below ahead of the full episode airing tonight.

In 2020, Later… With Jools Holland returned to screens with Christine & The QueensLaura Marling and more appearing from their respective homes during the COVID lockdown.

Last year’s series of Later… then featured guests performing from venues and recording studios, with appearances from Kylie MinogueEd SheeranStingSam FenderDamon Albarn and more.

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Gallagher, meanwhile, will release ‘C’mon You Know’ next week (May 27), and the following weekend June 3-4) will perform at Knebworth to celebrate the new album and the 25th anniversary of Oasis’ landmark outdoor shows at the venue in August 1996.

He’s already previewed the record with the singles ‘Everything’s Electric’‘Better Days’ and the album’s title track.

KasabianMichael KiwanukaFat White Family and Goat Girl will all provide support on the day. You can find the full schedule and buy any remaining tickets here.

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Liam Gallagher says being solo is “boring as fuck” and would “much rather be in a band”

He continued: “I’d much rather be in a band, all bashing it out together. But as long as it sounds good, that’s all that matters.”

Gallagher is gearing up to release his third solo album, ‘C’mon, You Know’, on May 27 via Warner.

Elsewhere in the interview, he discussed the lyrics in his music and how he doesn’t “overthink” the songs he makes but that he’s happy for fans to find a deeper meaning to them if they so wish.

Talking about ‘More Power’, the opening track on ‘C’mon, You Know’, Gallagher explained: “I don’t wish I had more power. It’s just a song. I don’t want more power.

“I know who I am, I’m very happy with what I’m about. It was probably directed at someone else. Maybe they want more power? I don’t know.”

Oasis. CREDIT: Getty Images

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He added: “I’m happy for other people to dig into them, get your spade out, but for me a song is a song.

“I don’t overthink it. If it sounds good and I sound good when I sing it then it’s all right with me. If it sounds forced, I fuck it off. I know a lot of people want that muso shit but I’m not interested.”
Gallagher will play a number of UK and Ireland shows this summer in support of ‘C’mon You Know’, including two sold-out dates at Knebworth.

He’ll also play an intimate date at the 1800-capacity King George’s Hall in Blackburn tomorrow (April 27) to celebrate the launch of his LG2SPZL Adidas trainers.

Meanwhile, Gallagher has sent “big love” to Paul “Bonehead” Arthurs after the guitarist revealed that he has tonsil cancer.

The musician, who was a founding member of Oasis, shared the news via Twitter today (April 26), writing that he would be taking a break.

“Just to let you all know I’m going to be taking a break from playing for a while,” he said. “I’ve been diagnosed with tonsil cancer, but the good news is it’s treatable and I’ll be starting a course of treatment soon.

“I’ll keep you posted how it’s going, I’m gutted I’m missing the gigs with Liam and the band. Have the best summer and enjoy the gigs if you’re going, I’ll see you soon xxx.”

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Liam Gallagher shares clip of new song and video, ‘Better Days’

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Last week, the former Oasis frontman hinted that his upcoming album will include a few ballads, despite being a rock’n’roll record overall. But, as reported in the Daily Star‘s WIRED column, he also revealed that he has some “more chilled” songs leftover which he thinks could go towards an entire album of love songs.

He told the publication: “During the pandemic everyone was having a moment about how beautiful the world is and what we’ve done to it and, ‘Is this the end?’. Everyone was going through these mad things and I thought if we do get a chance to do a record maybe everyone will be coming back with these rocking records and saying how much they hate the Government and all this nonsense.

“And so I thought that maybe we would come at it from a different angle, maybe we’ll do an album full of love songs, something a bit more chilled like Simon and Garfunkel kind of thing.”

He continued: “There were a couple of songs like that on the go but then it went back to the mad stuff, the rock’n’roll stuff. Then it went back to the love, kind of chilled stuff and then we ended up with ‘C’mon You Know’. I reckon there’s half a record left which is a more chilled record.”

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Gallagher echoed this sentiment in a recent interview with NME about the new album. “I just thought, ‘Fuck that shit – I don’t want to fucking hear about [the pandemic] ever again’, do you know what I mean? ‘Maybe we’ll come out and make a love album – really lovely; not a rock’n’roll record.’”

Though he had a change of heart around the record, he noted that he would like to one day go back to that idea and complete a “trippier” album, adding: “There’s plenty of time for that.”

Earlier this week, Gallagher announced his latest collaboration with Adidas and confirmed details of an intimate live show in Blackburn next week.

LG will showcase the upcoming album on a string of huge headline shows this summer, including a two-night billing at Knebworth. You can find the full schedule and buy any remaining tickets here.

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“During the pandemic everyone was having a moment about how beautiful the world is and what we’ve done to it and, ‘Is this the end?’. Everyone was going through these mad things and I thought if we do get a chance to do a record maybe everyone will be coming back with these rocking records and saying how much they hate the Government and all this nonsense.

“And so I thought that maybe we would come at it from a different angle, maybe we’ll do an album full of love songs, something a bit more chilled like Simon and Garfunkel kind of thing.”

He continued: “There were a couple of songs like that on the go but then it went back to the mad stuff, the rock’n’roll stuff. Then it went back to the love, kind of chilled stuff and then we ended up with ‘C’mon You Know’. I reckon there’s half a record left which is a more chilled record.”

Gallagher echoed this sentiment in a recent interview with NME about the new album. “I just thought, ‘Fuck that shit – I don’t want to fucking hear about [the pandemic] ever again’, do you know what I mean? ‘Maybe we’ll come out and make a love album – really lovely; not a rock’n’roll record.’”

Though he had a change of heart around the record, he noted that he would like to one day go back to that idea and complete a “trippier” album: “There’s plenty of time for that.”

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LG will showcase the upcoming album on a string of huge headline shows this summer, including a two-night billing at Knebworth. You can find the full schedule and buy any remaining tickets here.

Gallagher will also release a new live album, ‘Down By The River Thames’, on May 27. The show was recorded on a barge for a special live-stream in December 2020 – read NME‘s five-star review of the gig here.

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Dave Grohl calls Liam Gallagher “one of the last remaining rock stars”

In a new interview with NME, Grohl, who is currently promoting Foo Fighters’ new gross-out splatter horror Studio 666, praised Gallagher and talked about how the track came about.

“Unfortunately we didn’t do it in person but I love being in the same room as Liam,” he said of the collaboration. “It’s like putting a fucking quarter in a juke box and just turning it up with that guy. It’s fucking great. Obviously, he’s an amazing singer and he’s a fucking rock star. He is one of the few last remaining rock stars.”

He continued: “He was making a song [‘Everything’s Electric’] with the producer Greg Kurstin and they needed a beat which I think was described as something ‘Sabotage’-esque [Beastie Boys] and so I fucking served it up. I served up the beats. And the fucking single turned out great. I love that song I honestly do. I was dancing to it the other night.”

Gallagher and Grohl first met a number of years ago when the Foos and Oasis toured together, and speculation about a collaboration between the two has been building in recent years.

Speaking about Grohl’s contribution in a recent NME Big Read interview, Gallagher said it was the first time the Foo Fighters frontman had ever sent him a song, but Grohl’s bandmate Taylor Hawkins sends him one “every fucking week”.

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Grohl’s contribution, brought to Gallagher himself by Kurstin, was chosen over any of his friend Hawkins’ offerings because “it’s an out-and-out rock’n’roll tune”. The drummer’s ideas, meanwhile, he said were “a fucking bit kinky, man”.

Later this year Gallagher will play his biggest solo shows to date, including two sold-out gigs at Knebworth. You can see his upcoming tour dates below and find any remaining tickets to the tour here.

June
1 – Etihad Stadium, Manchester
3 – Knebworth Park (SOLD OUT)
4 – Knebworth Park (SOLD OUT)
24 – Ormeau Park, Belfast
26 – Hampden Park, Glasgow

Gallagher will also perform at Lowlands Festival in the Netherlands and Rock in Rio Lisboa in Portugal this summer.

Meanwhile, Dave Grohl made his debut appearance on the hugely popular YouTube interview series Hot Ones earlier this week.

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Liam Gallagher responds to Aitch’s plea to appear on his album

Asked how he’d go about starting up a conversation with Gallagher, the 22-year-old  replied: “I’ll just say, ‘Why are [you] not on my album yet?’ See how it goes from there.”

Now, speaking to NME for this week’s Big Read, Gallagher has responded saying that he won’t be appearing on Aitch’s album.

Gallagher said: “He ain’t got seven million fucking quid – he ain’t got fucking seven fucking quid, never mind fucking seven million.”

He continued: “Listen, I don’t do that – that’s not for me, man. He seems like a nice lad, but I don’t wanna be on anyone’s album.”

Gallagher – a famous Manchester City fan – also said Aitch’s football allegiances would prevent his working with him.

“He’s a United fan, so it ain’t fucking happening,” Liam added. “When I read that, I was like, ‘No mate’. He don’t need me on his album anyway, but I do appreciate the fact that he thinks I’m cool, I guess. Even if he did have seven million pounds, I wouldn’t do it because I can’t be fucking bought.”

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Liam Gallagher on the cover of NME

Elsewhere in the interview, Gallagher hit out at Damon Albarn’s recent comments about Taylor Swift and declared her to be “fucking cool”.

The Blur and Gorillaz frontman was on the receiving end of a backlash last month when he said that Swift’s “co-writing” approach was at odds with his “traditionalist” view of songwriting.

This led to Swift hitting back with the tweet: “@DamonAlbarn I was such a big fan of yours until I saw this. I write ALL my own songs. Your hot take is completely false and SO damaging. You don’t have to like my songs but it’s really fucked up to try and discredit my writing. WOW.”

A number of musicians also jumped to her defence, which led Albarn to subsequently apologise “unreservedly and unconditionally” to Swift, claiming that his words had been “reduced to clickbait”.

When asked by NME whether co-writing isn’t “real” songwriting, Gallagher replied: “Says who? All them fucking gorilla albums are co-writes aren’t they? I get it – Noel bangs on about it as well: ‘I’m more important than you because I write my fucking songs’.”

With regard to the Albarn backlash, he continued: “Well, he [Albarn] won’t be saying that again in a hurry, though, will he? Did he not get ran out of fucking town by the Swifters? I think [Taylor’s] fucking cool, man. She does write her songs and I’m sure she’s co-wrote with people.”

Gallagher has worked with a number of songwriters on his new album, including Dave Grohl, Vampire Weekend’s Ezra Koenig and his regular producer Greg Kurstin.

Speaking about Grohl’s contribution on ‘Everything’s Electric’, Gallagher said it was chosen over a number of offerings from his Foo Fighters bandmate Taylor Hawkins because “it’s an out-and-out rock’n’roll tune”.

Gallagher added that Hawkins’ ideas were less to his taste. “They’re a fucking bit kinky, man,” he said. “I’m like, ‘You don’t need me, man – you carry on doing that stuff’.”

Gallagher’s new solo album ‘C’mon You Know’ is set to be released on May 27 via Warner Music.

On March 2, Gallagher will collect the this year’s Music Moment Of The Year Award at the BandLab NME Awards 2022 at London’s O2 Academy Brixton. Tickets to the event are on sale now and available here.

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Liam Gallagher’s new song ‘Moscow Rules’ will feature Vampire Weekend’s Ezra Koenig

Speaking to Jasper Leijdens on the KINK IN TOUCH WITH podcast this week, Gallagher revealed that the Vampire Weekend frontman features on a track called ‘Moscow Rules’.

“Ezra plays some mad instruments on a song called ‘Moscow Rules’,” Gallagher said. “We wrote that one together with Andrew [Wyatt].”

Liam Gallagher. CREDIT: Greg Williams/Press

The official tracklist for ‘C’MON YOU KNOW’ has yet to be announced, but you can pre-order the record here.

Gallagher performed his latest single ‘Everything’s Electric’ live for the first time earlier this week at this year’s BRIT Awards.

The former Oasis frontman is set to tour this year in support of ‘C’MON YOU KNOW’, including two sold-out gigs at Knebworth. You can see his upcoming UK tour dates below and find any remaining tickets to the tour here.

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June
1 – Etihad Stadium, Manchester
3 – Knebworth Park (SOLD OUT)
4 – Knebworth Park (SOLD OUT)
24 – Ormeau Park, Belfast
26 – Hampden Park, Glasgow

Back in December, Koenig revealed that Vampire Weekend “almost have an album’s worth of songs” ready to go.

The band are currently working on the follow-up to their 2019 album ‘Father Of The Bride’, and the frontman said that they’re “feeling really good about [their] new material”.

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Listen to a teaser of Liam Gallagher’s new single ‘Everything’s Electric’

It’ll be the first preview of his third solo album ‘C’mon You Know’, which is out on May 22.

You can listen to the clip here, which Gallagher shared along with a short video.

@liamgallagher

EVERYTHING’S ELECTRIC MIDNIGHT TONIGHT. C’MON YOU KNOW LG x #newmusic #liamgallagher

♬ original sound – Liam Gallagher

Gallagher has also been announced as one of the acts to perform at the BRIT Awards 2022 next week.

This year’s ceremony is due to take place at The O2 in London on February 8, with comedian Mo Gilligan replacing Jack Whitehall on hosting duties.

Gallagher confirmed to fans on Twitter that he will perform ‘Everything’s Electric’ at the event.

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Gallagher also hinted recently that an Oasis deep cut could make a return to his live solo set.

On January 24, Gallagher told a fan on Twitter that he’d like to return ‘I Can See A Liar’ – from 2000’s ‘Standing On The Shoulder Of Giants’ – to his live shows.

One of Gallagher’s fans asked: “If you could sing an Oasis song that you haven’t sung in several years, what song would it be?”

Gallagher replied: “‘I Can See A Liar’ is tickling my maltesesrs [sic] these days.”

The song was performed only handful of times by Oasis, the last time being on The Late Show With David Letterman back in May 2000.

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Liam Gallagher teases “fucking massive” announcement coming tomorrow

Although it’s not been confirmed as to what the announcement is, that didn’t stop a number of fans speculating in the comment section of Gallagher’s tweet.

“You supporting U2 next tour?” one fan asked, seemingly a cheeky reference to his brother Noel touring with the Irish band a few years ago. Liam replied: “Stop smoking taytos they should be supporting ME.”

Stop smoking taytos they should be supporting ME

— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) January 19, 2022

Another fan asked if he was going to appear as a guest on Matt Morgan’s Funny How? podcast, on which Noel is a regular. “That’s not big thats for AZBINS,” Liam replied.

Elsewhere, he was asked whether he’s seen Peter Jackson’s Beatles documentary, Get Back, yet, to which he said he was “two scared” to. “”Still too or to or 2 or two scared,” he tweeted.

That’s not big thats for AZBINS

— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) January 19, 2022

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Still too or to or 2 or two scared

— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) January 19, 2022

Gallagher announced back in October the release of his third solo album, ‘C’mon You Know’, which is set to arrive on May 22, 2022.

The follow-up to 2019’s ‘Why Me? Why Not.’ comes out right before he’s due to head out on an accompanying UK tour, which will see Gallagher return to Knebworth for two sold-out nights.

Meanwhile, Gallagher recently took aim at actor and comedian Alan Davies after the Jonathan Creek star bad-mouthed the former Oasis musician’s beloved Manchester City football club.

“Alan Davies you need to fuck off to another CUNTRY 1 where they ain’t got a sense of humour,” the former Oasis man wrote. “You’ll fit rite in you un funny spunkbubble MCFC LG x.”

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Aitch offers Liam Gallagher £7million to appear on his album

When asked if his team had been in touch with Gallagher about a potential collaboration, he continued: “I don’t think so. We will have to do something. Even if it’s just a skit for my album, just him saying something, I just need something.”

I will pay £7 Million for you to be on my album @liamgallagher

— Aitch (@OfficialAitch) December 13, 2021

In a recent cover story for NME, Aitch spoke about his roots and his love for his hometown. “I’m a proud Mancunian, 100 per cent,” he said. “It always feels good to be in my hometown. It might be a bit selfish of me to say, but I also really like it when everyone from London has to come up north for a change!”

While he grew up with the sounds of R&B, grime and his idol 50 Cent rather than the old Manchester scene, he admits that the influence is still there: “But I feel like because I’m fully in the industry now, I’m learning a lot more about that history. And certain things go without saying – all those indie bands, and my parents were big Stone Roses and Oasis fans”.

In other news, Aitch recently appeared on Pa Salieu’s new track ‘Bad’. The British-Gambian rapper’s collaboration – produced by Two Inch Punch and WhyJay – premiered on BBC Radio 1 on October 14 as Clara Amfo’s Hottest Record In The World.

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It comes with an accompanying KC Locke-directed official video, which features both Salieu and Aitch. Ahead of the release, Salieu shared a behind-the-scenes snippet of the pair on set.

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Liam Gallagher says ‘C’MON YOU KNOW’ album is finished and being mixed

Taking to social media earlier today (November 13), Gallagher said the album has been completed and has been sent off to Mark “Spike” Stent to be mixed.

“My 3rd record is finished of to be mixed by the mighty SPIKE who is a Man Utd fan so god knows what it’ll come back like only kidding he’s very professional unlike his football team C’mon you know LG x” he wrote.

My 3rd record is finished of to be mixed by the mighty SPIKE who is a Man Utd fan so god knows what it’ll come back like only kidding he’s very professional unlike his football team C’mon you know LG x

— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) November 13, 2021

After going on sale early last month, Gallagher’s two dates at Knebworth on June 3 and 4 sold out almost immediately. “Absolutely blown away by the love and support,” Gallagher told fans on Twitter.

He will also perform at Manchester’s Etihad Stadium on June 1, 2022 and Glasgow’s Hampden Park on June 26 to support the release of ‘C’MON YOU KNOW’.

This summer, Gallagher headlined Reading & Leeds, the Isle of Wight Festival and TRNSMT. He also performed a free gig for NHS workers in London.

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Last month, Oasis released the documentary Oasis Knebworth 1996, directed by Jake Scott and produced by Black Dog Films, with both Noel and Liam Gallagher also serving as executive producers.

Released to mark the 25th anniversary of the band’s legendary August 1996 shows, the film features never-before-seen archive concert and backstage footage from the gigs, with additional interviews with the band and concert organisers.

A live album, also called ‘Oasis Knebworth 1996’, will be released digitally, on CD and triple LP on November 19 via Big Brother Recordings. You can pre-order here.

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Liam Gallagher adds headlining dates in hometown Manchester and Glasgow

“Also can’t wait to play Glasgow’s famous Hampden Park on 26th June 2022, C’MON YOU KNOW LG x”

I'm super proud to announce I’m doing a gig in my hometown of Manchester on 1 June 2022 –  home of the champions of English football Manchester City. Also can't wait to play Glasgow’s famous Hampden park 26th June 2022. C'MON YOU KNOW LG x pic.twitter.com/Ej50XuuRJK

— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) October 11, 2021

The headline dates will see Gallagher return to these venues for the first time since Oasis’ 2005 stadium tour. The Streets will open in Manchester, and Kasabian in Glasgow. Goat Girl will open on both dates.

The announcement follows up the news that his two dates in Knebworth on June 3 and 4 – touted as “the biggest show of his solo career” – had sold out quickly. “Absolutely blown away by the love and support,” he wrote to fans.

Fans who pre-order ‘C’MON YOU KNOW’ on Gallagher’s official website by 3pm on Wednesday (October 13) will receive access to a pre-sale for tickets that opens at 9.30am on Thursday (October 14).

The remaining tickets will then go on general sale on Friday (October 15) via Ticketmaster, Gigs And Tours, and Live Nation. For Glasgow, tickets will also be available via Gigs In Scotland and Scottish Event Campus.

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‘C’MON YOU KNOW’, his third studio album, is set for release on May 27, 2022.

While a tracklist has yet to be released, Gallagher has revealed two song titles: ‘Better Days’ and ‘I Wish I Had More Power’, the latter apparently dedicated to his brother and former bandmate Noel Gallagher.

This summer, Gallagher headlined Reading & Leeds, the Isle of Wight Festival and TRNSMT. He also performed a free gig for NHS workers in London.

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Liam Gallagher thanks fans after both Knebworth shows sell out

After both shows sold out this week, Gallagher took to social media to thank his fans.

He said: “My 2 Knebworth gigs, Friday and Saturday are now sold out. Absolutely blown away by the love and support. We believe in One Another see you there, C’MON YOU KNOW LG x”

My 2 Knebworth gigs, Friday and Saturday are now sold out. Absolutely blown away by the love and support. We believe in One Another see you there, C'MON YOU KNOW LG x pic.twitter.com/Rb8njUtxvj

— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) October 8, 2021

To coincide with the Knebworth announcement, Gallagher announced details of his third solo studio album, ‘C’MON YOU KNOW’.

Gallagher also revealed that he’s dedicated a song on the album to his brother Noel Gallagher.

Speaking on The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X about his big news, Liam was asked for his favourite track on ‘C’MON YOU KNOW’.

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“The next single is gonna be called ‘Better Days’ and it’s full of sunshine,” he said. “And then there’s another one, ‘I Wish I Had More Power’, and it’s dedicated to Noel. Yeah, it’s a naughty little tune, but it’s lovely.”

Gallagher headlined Reading & Leeds, the Isle of Wight Festival and TRNSMT this summer. He also performed a free gig for NHS workers in London.

The singer was forced, however, to cancel a recent show in Belfast after he fell out of a helicopter at the Isle of Wight Festival.

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Liam Gallagher adds second Knebworth show due to “phenomenal demand”

Gallagher has now revealed that he’ll play two of his biggest ever solo shows, adding a second Knebworth Park date on June 3. Support for this date will come from Kasabian plus more to be announced.

“I wanna thank everyone who bought tickets for my Knebworth gig I fucking love n adore you,” Gallagher said. “If you didn’t get a ticket I’m gonna do another night this is history c’mon you know LG x.”

I wanna thank everyone who bought tickets for my knebworth gig I fucking love n adore you if you didn’t get a ticket I’m gonna do another night this is history c’mon you know LG x pic.twitter.com/MMWIeSBPHX

— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) October 7, 2021

General tickets for both dates (see below) go on sale tomorrow (October 8) at 10am BST via Live Nation and Ticketmaster.

June 3, 2022 – Knebworth Park, UK
June 4, 2022 – Knebworth Park, UK

To coincide with last week’s Knebworth announcement, Gallagher also announced his third solo studio album, ‘C’MON YOU KNOW’.

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The record is set for release on May 27, 2022. See its official artwork below.

Gallagher revealed that he’s dedicated a song on the album to his brother Noel Gallagher.

While speaking to The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X about his big news Liam was asked for his favourite track on ‘C’MON YOU KNOW’.

“The next single is gonna be called ‘Better Days’ and it’s full of sunshine,” he said. “And then there’s another one, ‘I Wish I Had More Power’, and it’s dedicated to Noel. Yeah, it’s a naughty little tune, but it’s lovely.”

Gallagher headlined Reading & Leeds, the Isle of Wight Festival and TRNSMT this summer. He also performed a free gig for NHS workers in London.

The singer was forced, however, to cancel a recent show in Belfast after he fell out of a helicopter at the Isle of Wight Festival.

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Liam Gallagher says falling out of a helicopter was “an act of God”

“You know when I fell out the helicopter the other day, I said it was an act of God,” he told Moyles. “There are so many things that are coming back to me. It was an act of God! My nose has come back bigger and better!

He added: “What a way to [die], if it would have been. Tell you what, I wouldn’t have minded going that way. It’s better than slipping on a chopstick innit? Banging your head on the TV, remote control and all that, that’s a crap way to go innit?

“Falling out of a helicopter’s alright. I’d have bought that. If that was written in the stars, I’d have had that.”

JUST ANNOUNCED: @LiamGallagher to play Knebworth in June 2022 – full ticket info here 👇https://t.co/xfmzrLDQZF pic.twitter.com/kZKDoFNyjL

— Radio X (@RadioX) October 1, 2021

Earlier this morning (October 1) Liam announced details of a new album called ‘C’MON YOU KNOW’, which is set for release on May 27, 2022.

Just days after the album’s release, Gallagher will return to Knebworth for a huge headline show that will continue the 25th anniversary celebrations of Oasis’ landmark outdoor shows at the venue in August 1996.

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“This is history part two, mate,” Liam told Moyles of the gigs. “I am excited. I mean, I’ve done it before and it was mega.

“And the beautiful thing about it is – obviously I can’t remember much of it – but I get the chance to do it again. Obviously I’m older and a little bit more wiser, and I’m going to milk it, you know what I mean? I’m going to really take it in. I’m buzzing, man.”

Gallagher also revealed that one song on ‘C’MON YOU KNOW’ is dedicated to his brother Noel.

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Fan claims Liam Gallagher took photos with Reading Festival crowd for his next album

“So I met Liam Gallagher at Reading Festival and am on his next album cover, this is how it happened,” they subtitled the video. “After Liam’s set I was desperate for water so I went to the front and waited not knowing anything.

@samuelhannam22

I still can’t believe it #reading2021 #fyp #readingfestival #liamgallagher #oasis

♬ original sound – Samuel Hannam

“As I was leaving security stopped me and told me it’s worth the wait, Liam then came out and met a few of us, we were then told they want to take photos for his album cover.”

Watch the TikTok above now. NME has contacted representatives for Gallagher for comment on the video.

In a review of the musician’s Reading Festival headline set, NME awarded him four stars, writing: “As much as anything, this Reading & Leeds headline slot is testament to the staggering success of the comeback bid Liam Gallagher launched in 2017. Such an achievement would have been unthinkable in his post-Beady Eye doldrums just a few years ago. Inadvertently, then, this really was a gig all about bouncing back from a shit time; a fitting finale to a biblical weekend.”

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Earlier this month Gallagher confirmed that he has “kind of got two albums on the go”, including the follow-up to his second solo album, 2019’s ‘Why Me? Why Not’.

“I’ve got like one that’s a bit mad and one that’s a bit more like kind of whatever normal is, a bit more classic,” he said. “So, we’re just going to wait and see which one we should put out, you know what I mean?”

Check back at NME for more reviews, news, interviews, photos and more from Reading & Leeds 2021. 

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Liam Gallagher responds to Noel’s Oasis reunion price: “I’d do it for free”

Commenting under an Instagram post discussing Noel’s £100m comment by fan page Oasis Mania, Liam wrote: “I’d do it for FREE”.

LG on our Instagram 👌🏻

Posted by Oasis Mania Fanpage on Friday, May 21, 2021

Last week, Noel said he doesn’t believe that Oasis should reunite, because the band’s legacy is “set in stone”.

After news of the release of a special documentary marking 25 years of the band’s iconic Knebworth gig, Noel was asked about a reunion, saying he “doesn’t feel like it”.

“People ask me that question on a daily basis and I can only say to you that, I just don’t feel like it. When you’re in a band, it’s an absolute compromise so no I don’t think I could come up with an idea and then run it by four people and then six weeks later, somebody knocks it back because their cat’s got a cough so I like to march to the beat of my own drum. Oasis is done I’m afraid.”

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Noel also recently revealed that his 2011 debut solo album had meant to be “the next Oasis album”.

‘Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds’ was released in October 2011, marking Gallagher’s first LP release since the break-up of Oasis in 2009.

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Liam Gallagher helps to save Glasgow venue The Priory

The prizes Gallagher is offering fans the opportunity to win are as follows:

For a chance at wining the goodies, you can enter the prize draw by donating £5 here.

“I can’t wait to get back to playing for the fans. But in the meantime, we need to look after the live industry and support our venues,” Gallagher said of the prize draw.

John Jokey, the owner of The Priory, added: “We can’t thank Liam enough for his generosity, it will be a huge help in keeping us going until we can put on live music again and get back to supporting up and coming musicians. We’d also like to thank This Feeling for their continued support.”

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Earlier this week, Liam’s brother Noel announced that he was raffling off a signed and personalised guitar in aid of Stagehand’s #ILoveLive campaign.

Meanwhile, Oasis fans are being invited to share their memories from Knebworth ahead of a planned special event to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the two legendary shows.

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