~ Once ~
Liam Gallagher releases his third track ‘Once’, taken from his second album ‘Why Me? Why Not’.
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‘Once’ featured briefly on R’Kid’s docu-movie ‘As It Was’ and since then fans have been crying out for the full track to be released.
The track itself is a beautiful ballad which takes influences from Lennon and Pink Floyd. ‘Once’ shines Gallagher in a more tender light, these moments are where Gallagher seems to be at his most natural.
‘Once’ is the third track taken from Liam’s new album titled ‘Why Me? Why Not’ which is due for release on 20th September through Warner Bros. ‘Why Me? Why Not’ is the follow-up album to Liam Gallagher‘s record breaking debut album ‘As You Were’ which was release two years ago in 2017.
On Wednesday Liam Gallagher announced an extra special unplugged show at Hull’s City Hall, tickets went on sale and sold out instantly.
The performance will be recorded on the night and is set to be broadcast on MTV on 27th September, just a week after Liam releases his second album ‘Why Me? Why Not’ on 30th Septemeber.
Liam Gallagher has teased about playing the cultural City since his brother and former Oasis man labelled Hull a shithole during a US tour. Noel Gallagher then went on to play the City earlier this year.
After R’Kid announced his arena tour, a few fans took to Twitter to question Liam as to why Hull was not included, this was responded in typical Liam fashion with a return tweet saying the following,
To all my brothers n sisters in Hull I’m reading there is disappointment in the air as I’m not playing there on my uk tour I am planning a special gig there soon trust me it’s happening now stop with the name calling on twitter as I’m a sensitive soul and can’t handle it LG x
— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) June 27, 2019
Liam Gallagher also heads out on a full European tour at the tail end of this year and start of 2020. Tickets are extremely limited with only some seats still available on the UK dates. Support comes from slowthai.