Liam Gallagher took the opportunity to close his Glastonbury 2017 with a version of "Don't Look Back In Anger" which he dedicated to the victims of the Manchester and London terror attacks as well as the Grenfell Tower fire disaster. "Festival organisers have said the last coaches will leave at 11pm, but Liam and his crew want to party, they are going to make the most of the festival, they were breaking the rules before they even arrived".
Former Oasis leader Liam Gallagher is gearing up to release his debut non-space-jazz-odyssey solo album, As You Were, and based on lead single "Wall Of Glass", it has a shot at being a pretty solid record. Lennon "Cold Turkey" vibe, The Stones, the classics.
The tour is slated to open November 13 in San Francisco, which is the closest it is scheduled to get to Southern California.
'As You Were' is out on October 6th, just one month before brother Noel releases his third album as Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds. Tickets for the tour go on sale June 29th; fans who purchase tickets will receive a physical or digital copy of As You Were.
Gallagher is due to perform on the Other Stage at Glastonbury tomorrow (June 24), in addition to Reading & Leeds festivals in August.