- 10 Feb 22
Liam Gallagher's third solo album, C'mon You Know, is set to be released on May 27.
Liam Gallagher has unveiled details of a huge date at Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Dublin this summer.
The legendary Britpop artist will play an outdoor show at the venue on August 27, where he will perform a few tracks from his forthcoming album C'mon You Know.
Gallagher says of the show: "I'm absolutely buzzing to announce that on 27th August 2022 I'll be playing Royal Hospital Kilmainham. It's gonna be biblical. C'mon You Know. LG x"
Tickets to see the Mancunian live go on sale from Thursday, February 17 on Ticketmaster.ie
The impending third solo album from the ex-Oasis frontman is set to be released on May 27. With the LP, Gallagher looks to score a fourth consecutive No.1 UK record. Liam released the first single from the LP, 'Everything's Electric', on February 4. The latest offering features rhythmic phrasing underscored by leading bass lines and rolling guitar.
The single was co-written by Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl, who also played drums on the track.
Liam Gallagher also appeared on this year's Brit Awards on Tuesday night, performing a blazing version of 'Everthing's Electric'.
Revisit the performance below.
Gallagher discussed more forthcoming songs on The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X in October of last year. The teased tracks include a dedication to his brother Noel on 'I Wish I Had More Power' – which the singer called a "naughty little tune" – and a brighter, "full of sunshine" single called 'Better Days'.
His previous studio albums – 2017's As You Were and 2019's Why Me? Why Not. – brought Gallagher's name to a whole new generation. His 2020 'MTV Unplugged' went straight to No.1 on the UK charts, making it the first live album to reach the top spot in six years, overtaking George Michael's Symphonica.
Revisit Liam Gallagher's many conversations with Hot Press over the years here.