Liam Gallagher – ‘C’mon You Know’ review: his best and most experimental solo album yet

R Kid doesn't overthink this third record, which is packed with Summer of Love anthems that find him mixing up the formula for his massive comeback

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“I’m quite happy with the formula,” Liam Gallagher shrugged back in February during his latest in a long line of NME cover interviews. “All these people that go out and do something different – good for them and all that, but if I like something, I just stick with it.”

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It was typical Liam insouciance – after all, you don’t get to be one of the coolest, most enduring figures in British music for three decades by looking like you’re actually trying – and also a bit of a red herring. Because although the self-professed parka monkey’s (trust him to brilliantly reclaim the shade that Noel threw at his madferrit, guitar-loving fans) third solo record doesn’t exactly find him dabbling in hyper-rap or jetting off to a taqueria on the moon, it is easily the most interesting, experimental and varied album he’s put his own name to.

The first moments of ‘C’mon You Know’ stop you in your tracks until you realise that the children’s choir-led ‘More Power’ is mainly The Rolling Stones ’ ‘You Can’t Always Get What You Want’ repurposed for the third Summer of Love. And yet: familiar but unexpected, glossily produced but charmingly homespun, naïve but calculated, this is the perfect way to open a Liam Gallagher album in 2022. “The cut, it never really heals / Just enough to stop the bleed,” the kids croon in falsetto over pristine acoustic guitar. “People talkin’ like they’re gods, but that’s just not the deal,” parries Liam in his typically, yes, insouciant sneer.

What does it mean? Who cares? This is pastiche at its very best, absorbing the memories of the song’s influences and also refracting the vulnerability and longing of the now. Or, in other words, it’s been a rough couple of years and we all wanna get off our mash together, and everyone likes The Rolling Stones. He doesn’t overthink things, Liam, and that’s why he’s still packing out stadiums and will soon perform to 160,000 people across two nights at Oasis ’ old stomping ground, Knebworth Park.

He pulls a similar trick with ‘Better Days’, a trippy rocker that channels the spirit of The Beatles ’ ‘Tomorrow Never Knows’ in its clattering drum beat and swirling atmospherics. Rather than turn off your mind, relax and float downstream, though, LG wants you to light a flare, neck a pint and shake off your pandemic funk in the festival mud with your best mates, “all the sadness washed away in the rain”. It is a very tempting proposition.

‘C’mon You Know’ is a not a COVID record (“Fuck that shit – I don’t want to fucking hear about [the pandemic] ever again, do you know what I mean?” he mused in that NME interview) but it does ebb with a sense of freedom that will forever timestamp it in the summer that the world returned. At one point on the uplifting title track, because Liam Gallagher doesn’t really do subtlety, everything goes quiet before the tempo ramps back up and a gospel choir belts out : “Freedom!” And then there’s ‘Everything’s Electric’ , the effervescent, Dave Grohl -featuring lead single, the kind of unifying, stadium-sized banger that seemed inconceivable from a Gallagher brother during their late-period Oasis era of mid-paced plodders.

While that song also summons the Stones – this time cribbing the “woo-woos” of ‘Sympathy For The Devil’ – Liam experiments with less road-tested influences elsewhere. Take the moody ‘Moscow Rules’, co-penned by Vampire Weekend ’s Ezra Koenig, which is the most theatrical he’s ever sounded (think Fagin lamenting his lost fortune in a production of Oliver! set in Burnage). Meanwhile the opening riff of the fake news-skewering ‘I’m Free’ delivers the Stooges -style, “in-yer-face” punk he promised NME he’d explore in 2018, before unexpectedly segueing into a dubby breakdown that wouldn’t sound of place on an album by – dare we say it – Gorillaz . The slower numbers, such as the lighters-in-the-air ballad ‘Too Good For Giving Up’, are basically foil blankets for sweating out the weirder stuff.

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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, as evidenced by the Macca-style ad-libbed backing vocals of woozy closer ‘Oh Sweet Children’. And you don’t sing a lyric like “I had a girl, she gave me hell / In a flat in Camberwell” , as he does on the buzzing ‘Don’t Go Halfway’, unless you’re having a laugh.

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.

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Even though Liam Gallagher recently fell out of a helicopter (he’s fine), he still had the energy this week to promise a “ massive announcement ” for Friday morning. While it’s not the reunion everyone is waiting for, it’s still a big deal for fans of the former Oasis singer: Gallagher revealed that his new album C’Mon You Know will arrive in May 2022.

The follow-up to 2019’s Why Me? Why Not arrives May 27th, 2022; the LP is available to preorder now through the singer’s webstore. In a Radio X interview Friday , Gallagher provided some details about the single “Better Days” and another track called “I Wish I Had More Power” —  “a naughty little tune, but it’s lovely,” he said — that he’s dedicating to his brother Noel.

The cover art for C’Mon You Know features a photo of fans in the pit from one of Liam’s shows. “If you were lucky enough to make the C’MON YOU KNOW album cover, get in touch as I want to send you something,” he promised .

C'MON YOU KNOW https://t.co/KvNNSitmKf pic.twitter.com/cs0THbfSXp — Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) October 1, 2021

In addition to the new album, Gallagher also announced a June 4th, 2022 at Knebworth Park, site of one of Oasis’ legendary gigs; that 1996 concert is the subject of an upcoming concert film celebrating its 25th anniversary.

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“I’m absolutely buzzing to announce that on 4th June 2022 I’ll be playing Knebworth Park,” Liam tweeted of the show, “It’s gonna be biblical.”

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Liam Gallagher has announced his third solo album: C’mon You Know is slated to arrive May 27, 2022. Gallagher has also announced a concert at Knebworth Park, which will take place on Saturday, June 4, 2022. Check out a trailer for show and the album cover below.

In an interview with Chris Moyles on Radio X , Gallagher said he’ll release a single called “I Wish I Had More Power,” which he’s dedicating to his brother and frequent nemesis Noel. “Yeah, it's a naughty little tune, but it’s lovely,” he said.

Gallagher released his first solo record, As You Were , in 2017, following it with Why Me? Why Not. in 2019. A new documentary on Oasis ’s landmark concerts at Knebworth Park was recently released.

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Liam Gallagher Is Still Liam Gallagher on C’MON YOU KNOW

Gallagher’s third solo effort isn't nearly as wild as he thinks it is, but it's still pretty good

Liam Gallagher Is Still Liam Gallagher on C’MON YOU KNOW

The first thing you’ll hear when spinning Liam Gallagher ’s C’MON YOU KNOW is a children’s choir. In one sense, this might seem surprising. One half of the best trash-talking duo outside of professional wrestling (and likely the nastier of the two), Gallagher’s egoistic attitude is just as famous as his brit-pop tunes — just check the news . So, it’d be natural to expect to hear his famous, snarling voice right out of the gate.

Yet, where As You Were and Why Me? Why Not? both began with bluesy barn-burners that allowed Gallagher’s charismatic voice to soar, C’MON YOU KNOW kicks off with the mid-paced, building ballad “More Power” — and, somehow, it makes perfect sense. Along with Gallagher’s ego, his music’s indulgence is well-known to fans of the cocky Manchester-native. From Oasis ’ Be Here Now to both of Gallagher’s previous solo efforts, stripped-back subtly is not exactly his main appeal. So, in the mind of Gallagher, why shouldn’t he start his newest record with his longest, most lavish opener to date?

Gallagher understands the potential risk of beginning his record with a bit of a surprise. Even in the ’90s, his songwriting was notable for its obsession with the traditional, plain ol’ rock and roll of the 1960s. The Beatles and The Rolling Stones were (and continue to be) his bible. And while “More Power” doesn’t stray too far from the template of something off of, say, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band , it remains a surprising move for the 49-year-old artist. “Is this what you came for?” Gallagher repeats as the song explodes around him, seemingly speaking directly to the audience with a Gallagher-esque smirk.

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The new album will be released on May 27.

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Liam Gallagher's third solo studio album C'MON YOU KNOW looks set to be one of the biggest album events of the year. Anticipation for the album was ignited with the lead single "Everything's Electric," which powered into the UK Top 20 as Liam's biggest solo hit so far.

There was no letting up with huge performances at the BRIT Awards and on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Now Liam unleashes the album's title track, "C'MON YOU KNOW" - featuring Vampire Weekend's Ezra Koenig on saxophone - which is out now on Warner Records.

While "C'MON YOU KNOW" pulsates with the traits that have made Liam such an iconic figure - a raucous rock 'n' roll anthem topped by his signature snarl - it's also a strong step forward in terms of both attitude and audio. Musically it's layered with unexpected sonic touches: surging Motown-tinged gospel backing vocals, shrieking saxophone from Ezra Koenig, and vintage Moog synths heightening the sonic maelstrom. Liam's lyrics also come from a fresh place: rather than being combative, his words brim with positivity and the joy of being reunited with friends, family and fans. As he openly admits, "I'm sick of being tough."

The song was written solely by Liam and was produced by his regular creative collaborator, the Grammy Award winner Andrew Wyatt.

As suggested by the title track and "Everything's Electric," the C'MON YOU KNOW album infuses Liam's classic, hands-in-the-air anthems with fresh experimental flourishes. Andrew Wyatt is the main producer throughout, while Ezra Koenig contributes to a selection of tracks. Other producers / writers include Greg Kurstin (Adele, Sir Paul McCartney), Dave Grohl, Ariel Rechtshaid (HAIM, Brandon Flowers), Adam Noble (Biffy Clyro), regular Liam collaborators Michael Tighe and Simon Aldred, and members of his live band, Dan McDougall and Mike Moore.

In addition to C'MON YOU KNOW, May 27 will also see Liam release the Down By The River Thames live album. Originally streamed on December 5, 2020, the show became one of the most memorable performances of the lockdown era. Liam followed the precedent set by the Sex Pistols and The Clash, and decided to hit the River Thames, armed with a boatload of attitude, a phenomenal live band (including Bonehead) and an arsenal of classic songs. Acclaim included a four-star review from i, who declared the show to be, "A reminder of why the younger Gallagher is now the fans' favourite."

Both Down By The River Thames and C'MON YOU KNOW are available to pre-order here in a selection of value-for-money bundles. These include both albums on CD or standard vinyl, as well as a bundle featuring the C'MON YOU KNOW cassette and the ... River Thames vinyl.

Liam recently headlined the Royal Albert Hall for the Teenage Cancer Trust ahead of a huge summer of outdoor shows in the UK and Ireland. He sold all 160,000 tickets for two nights at Knebworth Park in a matter of moments, before adding a homecoming show at Manchester City's Etihad Stadium as well as gigs and festivals across the globe in the coming months. Please see his website for a full list of shows and ticket details.

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All of Liam Gallagher’s differences in approach on C’mon You Know are small on a grand scale, but there’s substance here. Just don’t expect to be taken on a mystery tour.

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Even before Oasis broke apart in 2009, it was easy to pinpoint the musical differences between the two Gallagher brothers. Ever since he collaborated with the Chemical Brothers on Dig Your Own Hole and contributed the track “Teotihuacan” to the soundtrack for the 1998 X-Files film, it’s been evident that older brother Noel has been interested in the more electronic and psychedelic side of Britpop. Younger brother Liam, who started contributing songs to Oasis in 2000, was more comfortable with the meat-and-potatoes approach and was always on the lookout for any Sex Pistols comparisons that could help bolster his tough-guy persona.

After Oasis fell apart, Liam Gallagher formed Beady Eye , a band to carry on his mission of tough-love Britpop. He even sang that he was “Gonna stand the test of time / Like Beatles and Stones.” Beady Eye’s second album began to stray into psychedelic territory, and one has to wonder if Gallagher was entirely comfortable with the idea considering he dissolved the band the following year. His solo albums As You Were and Why Me? Why Not did the job of keeping Liam Gallagher’s name out there but didn’t find him taking great musical strides. Most of those songs could have been pulled from the late Oasis/early Beady Eye era, and for all I know, maybe they were. With the arrival of C’mon You Know , has Gallagher eventually turned the page to make something bold and different?

The short answer is, yes, he has. C’mon You Know isn’t exactly Their Satanic Majesties Request , but Gallagher and producer Andrew Wyatt are at least trying to throw a few new things at the wall to see, or rather hear, what sticks. “More Power”, the song that starts the album, begins with a children’s choir. True, the Rolling Stones did it first nearly 53 years ago, but the point is that it’s a new move for Gallagher.

Bringing in Foo Fighters ‘ Dave Grohl to co-write and play drums on the single “Everything’s Electric” appears to have given the singer and his team a much-needed boost in the rhythmic area. As of this writing, it has already charted in the UK. When appropriating the drums from “Tomorrow Never Knows” for another single named “Summer Days”, Gallagher and Wyatt give the song a little something extra in the form of a string coda. 

“I’m sick of acting like I’m tough,” Gallagher admits on the steadily pounding title track. The song begins with a brief woosh of a synthesizer, then eventually uses a gospel choir to reinforce the “I think it’s coming home again” refrain. If you think this will be a Rattle & Hum moment for Gallagher in the way “I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For” was for U2, it isn’t. He uses the choir sparingly, which is a shame. “Diamond in the Dark”, the fourth single planned for C’mon You Know , is the Madchester beat slowed down, played at half-time, and wandering into a minimal arrangement at the start of the second verse. “There’s a fire in the sky / And baby there’s red dawn in my eyes / And all the meanings got so twisted since you’ve gone.”

C’mon You Know’s non-singles have their tiny surprises, like the roaring guitar riff of “Don’t Go Halfway”, the honking harmonicas of “World’s in Need”, the mandolin strums and digital vocal manipulation of “It Was Not Meant to Be”, and the borderline show tune jaunt of “Moscow Rules”. The caustically-distorted rock number crossed with reggae “I’m Free” is uncharacteristically topical for Gallagher, aiming at the current age of misinformation. “How long you gonna sell illusion / How long you gonna sell confusion / You’re gonna pay the piper man / You’re the sole prisoner taken in the info wars.”

All of these differences in approach are small on a grand scale. You can bring in master cello players and play with the outboard gear all day long, but a Liam Gallagher album will still sound like a Liam Gallagher record. He still grinds his voice, he still opts for hard snarls instead of crooning, even in his ballads like “More Power” and “Too Good For Giving Up”, and his press releases are still preoccupied with his “effortless rock star attitude”. Considering that Liam was the Gallagher brother most concerned with image and attitude, C’mon You Know might be his best solo album so far. Even if his singing voice or public persona turns you off, there’s substance here. Just don’t expect to be taken on some mystery tour. You know, the magical kind.

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Liam Gallagher Shares Auspicious Title Track From ‘C’mon You Know’

On Friday (April 1), former Oasis  lead singer Liam Gallagher  released the second single and title track from his upcoming third solo album, C'mon You Know , which arrives in full next month.

The song is an uplifting rock anthem built on the musician's Britpop legacy, and it features Vampire Weekend 's Ezra Koenig on saxophone.

The new release follows C'mon You Know 's introductory single, the Dave Grohl -assisted " Everything's Electric ," which emerged in February. C'mon You Know  takes its name from one of Gallagher's cheeky Twitter sign-offs , just like his first solo LP, 2017's As You Were .

Near the bottom of this post, hear "C'mon You Know" and see the artwork and track listing for its parent album, out on May 27. The singer's live album Down by the River Thames  arrives the same day.

Gallagher was one of many who paid tribute to Foo Fighters ' Taylor Hawkins after the drummer's unexpected death last week . Before that, the Oasis alum opined that most rock stars are useless and "live a very boring fucking life" in an interview with  Loudwire Nights .

Earlier this year, Gallagher  defended Taylor Swift after the pop star  shot down Damon Albarn , singer of Blur and Gorillaz , for saying Swift didn't write her songs herself. Blur and Oasis were big Britpop rivals in the 1990s. But there doesn't seem to be an Oasis reunion  on the horizon, though Gallagher  has hinted at it .

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1. "More Power" 2. "Diamonds in the Dark" 3. "Don't Go Halfway" 4. "Too Good for Giving Up" 5. "Was Not Meant to Be" 6. "C'mon You Know" 7. "Everything's Electric" 8. "The World Is in Need" 9. "Moscow Rules" 10. "I'm Free" 11. "Better Days" 12. "Sweet Children"

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Liam gallagher is “sick of acting like i’m tough” on his third solo outing – instead, he presents a touching and delicate triumph.

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Is Liam Gallagher starting to soften up? Indie’s bolshy hardman has built a career on singing unashamed love songs while maintaining a tough exterior as one who is seemingly altogether unmoved by anything and everything.

The pandemic got to us all, though, and on his touching and intimate Christmas 2020 song ‘All You’re Dreaming Of’, Liam sang delicately of a love that will “ be there when the world is at its worst ” and “ cover you in kisses unrehearsed ”.

His third solo album, C’mon You Know , appears to have been a turning point for the Britpop icon.

On the new record, Gallagher cuts a softer and more breakable figure, and it results in a far more relatable album. Opening track ‘More Power’ begins with a children’s choir. “ I wish I had more power ,” they sing angelically before Gallagher’s voice comes in for the first time: “ If you want to keep the things you love, then you better learn to kneel .”

The fact that Gallagher has managed to wrestle a successful solo career out of the Beady Eye-shaped doldrums he sat in a decade ago remains somewhat remarkable. It goes without saying that his solo shows — which have reached biblical levels over the past few years and will see him return to Knebworth this summer for two sold-out nights — still revolve around the Oasis classics, but his first two studio albums, 2017’s As You Were and 2019 follow-up Why Me? Why Not. , kept Gallagher in the conversation while not reinventing the wheel.

C’mon You Know pushes things much further forward, though, to the point where its swaggering moments are the ones that feel out of step. “ I had a girl, she gave me hell, in our flat in Camberwell ” he shouts at the start of ‘Don’t Go Halfway’, with its kiss-off — “ C’mon you freak / you know what I mean ” — at odds with the message and tone of the rest of the album.

The musical textures on C’mon You Know — provided by long-term collaborators Greg Kurstin and Andrew Watt — are perfectly tailored for Gallagher’s impressive but largely inflexible voice. Before he’d only thrive when sing-speaking in a rage, but the chorus of the slinky ‘Diamond in the Dark’ houses a melodic vocal perfectly, while single ‘Everything’s Electric’ is quintessential Liam, with his voice powerfully bursting out of its chorus.

If there’s one track here that will feel most at home among ‘Wonderwall’, ‘Supersonic’ et al at Knebworth this June, it’s the album’s title track. Suitably, this is also the song that most strongly embodies the album’s surprising but welcome philosophy.

Over a formulaic but moving slow- build of handclaps and gradually rising instrumentation, Liam Gallagher encourages us to “ start living, be thankful ” and “ show love ”. Most importantly, he sings it like he bloody well means it. “ I’m sick of acting like I’m tough / C’mon baby, giz a hug ,” he then pleads, softening up and feeling more relatable than ever as a result. He’d do well to give us more of it in the future.

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‘C’MON YOU KNOW’  tracklist:

1. ‘More Power’

2. ‘Diamond In the Dark’

3. ‘Don’t Go Halfway’

4. ‘C’mon You Know’

5. ‘Too Good For Giving Up’

6. ‘It Was Not Meant To Be’

7. ‘Everything’s Electric’

8. ‘World’s In Need’

9. ‘Moscow Rules’

10. ‘I’m Free’

11. ‘Better Days’

12. ‘Oh Sweet Children’

Bonus tracks:

13. ‘The Joker’

15. ‘Bless You’

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Liam Gallagher C’mon You Know Warner Records [2022]

Liam Gallagher’s third individual release, C’mon You Know , is easily his best solo record to date. The album is straight out of the Brit rock playbook and brings plenty of big anthems, sing along choruses, guitar rock and contains songs that are easily ready for the big stage. The other major difference that you will hear on C’mon You Know from Liam’s previous outings is that it contains a bit more of his honest soul over its 12 tracks.

From the opening song, “More Power,” you get a little different vibe from Gallagher as the song starts off with a children’s choir. The track then has a sincere Gallagher singing “I’ll admit that I was angry for too long; Oh, I wish I had more power” and then concedes “If you want to keep the things you love; Then you better learn to kneel.” Of course, there are some reasons to believe that this track is directed at brother Noel but easily it could be a mirror. This easier connection to the music is what makes C’mon You Know a much stronger collection of tracks. The Beatlesque piano driven “Too Good For Giving Up” is memorable while the very Oasis like “Everything’s Electric” feels like the music Liam should always be making. This track was co-written with Dave Grohl and Greg Kurstin (Adele, McCartney) which is another piece of C’mon You Know that separates it out. Songwriting was never a Liam thing and here he collaborates with Ezra Koening (Vampire Weekend), Ariel Rechtshaid (HAIM, Brandon Flowers), Adam Noble (Biffy Clyro), and regular Liam collaborators Andrew Wyatt, Michael Tighe and Simon Aldred. It works – all the songs have a solid substance.

There is plenty on C’mon You Know that modernizes its sound, like its Motown-tinged gospel backing vocals, saxophone and Moog synths but it is rooted in a Brit-rock formula, which is honestly what I wanted from this album. The other big thing here is that Liam has a different and more refined edge to his singing. He brings the strength of his early Oasis work and leaves most of his snobbish snarl on the side. Still great for interviews but the need to prove himself I believe weighted down his first two solo albums. Basically, if you have been a fan then this record will check all the boxes. Is Liam Gallagher going to pull a bunch of new fans into the fold? Probs not, but he has created a record that holds up to his reputation and proves he is still a staple in the rock genre.

KEY TRACKS “Diamond In The Dark” / “Everything’s Electric” / “Too Good For Giving Up”

ARTISTS WITH SIMILAR FIRE The Rolling Stones / Vampire Weekend / The Stone Roses

LIAM GALLAGHER REVIEW HISTORY Why Me? Why Not. (2019) / As You Were (2017)

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Liam Gallagher has released his third solo album, C’MON YOU KNOW . Stream it below via Apple Music and Spotify.

After a steady stream of singles including the Dave Grohl-assisted “Everything’s Electric,” “Better Days,” and the album’s title track , the former Oasis superstar finally rips the cover off songs that he’s been teasing since last fall, like “I Wish I Had More Power,” which he’s cheekily dedicated to his  brother and bandmate, Noel, saying: ‘It’s a naughty little tune, but it’s lovely.” Other album contributors included Vampire Weekend’s Ezra Koenig and Nick Zinner of Yeah Yeah Yeahs.

The Consequence review of C’MON YOU KNOW notes : “the record is far from a bad listening experience, but fans hoping to hear the beginning of a new era will have to wait. Fans simply excited for another crop of rock songs featuring the lead singer of their favorite ’90s band, however, are bound to be quite satisfied.”

Leading up to the release, Gallagher performed “Everything’s Electric” sans Grohl on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon , and debuted the album’s namesake tune at a London concert in March, where he also dedicated a rendition of the Oasis staple “Live Forever” to the late Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins.

Gallagher is now gearing up for his long-awaited, two-night performance at Knebworth Park starting June 3rd to commemorate the 25th anniversary of Oasis’ record-setting shows at the outdoor venue, which were also recently memorialized in the documentary, Oasis Knebworth 1996 . The sets will be followed by a full summer tour across Europe. Grab your spots today via Ticketmaster .

In April, Oasis co-founder and guitarist Paul “Bonehead” Arthurs announced he has been diagnosed with tonsil cancer and will not be joining Gallagher on tour as part of his backing band, as they had planned. Arthurs did assure, however, that his condition was “treatable” and that he’d be “starting a course of treatment soon.” His Oasis bandmate responded via Twitter in typical open-hearted fashion offering “BIG love to the 1 n only Bonehead and his family” and hinting at future tour dates down the line with “you’ll be back on stage bfore you can say r we doing Colombia LG x.”

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C’MON YOU KNOW Tracklist: 01. More Power 02. Diamond in the Dark 03. Don’t Go Halfway 04. C’mon You Know 05. Too Good for Giving Up 06. It Was Not Meant to Be 07. Everything’s Electric 08. World’s in Need 09. Moscow Rules 10. I’m Free 11. Better Days 12. Oh Sweet Children 13. The Joker 14. Wave

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Liam Gallagher will perform on Saturday, July 1, 2023, starting with 5.30 pm, at the Ippodromo Milano Trenno, in Milan , as part of the I-DAYS Festival 2023 .

On the same day, the English artist will share the stage of the music festival with the American duo The Black Keys.

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His debut studio album, As You Were , was released on October 6, 2017, and became a critical and commercial success. The album achieved gold certification in its first week, and later was certified platinum in the UK.

His second studio album, Why Me? Why Not. , was released on September 20, 2019. The album debuted at No. 1 on the UK Albums Chart, achieved silver certification in its first week, and later was certified gold.

His third studio album, C’mon You Know , was released on May 27, 2022.

To date, his discography consists of 3 studio albums, 2 live albums, 2 extended plays, 17 singles, and 13 music videos.

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Formerly known as the Independent Days Festival, the I-DAYS Festival was born in 1999, in Bologna .

The 2009 and 2018 editions were held in Milan, and the 2016 and 2017 editions took place in Monza, near Milan.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 edition of the festival was first postponed to 2021, and then rescheduled to 2022.

Ippodromo Milano Trenno is an arena created by Snaitech within the historic equestrian center of San Siro Racetrack ( Ippodromo Snai – San Siro ). The space is destined for the organization of major musical events and festivals, a beautiful urban location surrounded by greenery.

The closest Metro stop is San Siro Stadio , on the Metro Line M5, located about 1 kilometer away. The closest bus stop, located a few tens of meters away, is in Via Pinerolo 76 , on the bus Line 78. The closest tram stop is San Siro Stadio , located about 1.5 kilometers away, on the tram Line 16.

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Artist: Liam Gallagher Album:   C’MON YOU KNOW Label: Warner Released: May 27, 2022

Further solidifying his own musical legacy in the reinvigorated, post- Oasis phase of his career, Liam Gallagher has released his third solo studio album C’MON YOU KNOW . Largely comprised of propulsive, high-energy belters juxtaposed with a few relatively more subdued tracks (“Too Good For Giving Up,” “Moscow Rules,” “Oh Sweet Children”), the follow-up to 2019’s Why Me? Why Not. features contributions by Foo Fighters ’ Dave Grohl (“Everything’s Electric”), Vampire Weekend ’s Ezra Koenig (“Moscow Rules”), and Yeah Yeah Yeahs ’ Nick Zinner (“Better Days”). Gallagher also released his second live album Down By The River Thames in conjunction with C’MON YOU KNOW .

“All it’s about is: keep making music, stay alive, stay out of trouble… ish ,” Gallagher confided to NME earlier this year. “And just fucking live a nice, happy life. I just want to do the gigs, keep making music, look cool, try and sort me napper out and not turn into a cunt. That’s all I ever wanted to do.”

Listen to the deluxe edition of C’MON YOU KNOW below, watch the official videos, and let us know what you think of the albums in the comments section below!

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