Gallagher hints we could hear the music at his upcoming Union Chapel gig
Liam Gallagher has teased new music by way of Twitter after telling his followers that he had spent the week in L.A. with “a military of songwriters.”
Gallagher, who launched his debut solo album ‘As You Had been’ in 2017, made the touch upon Twitter final evening (December 7).
Within the tweet, Gallagher wrote: “Biblical Wk in LA with my military of songwriters LG nonetheless bought it.”
He then additionally revealed that a few of this new music could be seen at his intimate upcoming gig in Union Chapel on December 13 in a response to a fan who requested if any new materials may very well be anticipated at this gig.
The gig, in assist of homeless charity Shelter, will probably be Gallagher’s remaining UK gig of 2018. Talking about his look on the gig earlier this 12 months, Gallagher mentioned: “No little one ought to should get up homeless on Christmas day, which is why I’ll be enjoying a really particular acoustic gig this December.
“This gig will probably be a one-off; an opportunity to boost some cash for all the nice work Shelter does to cease homelessness.”
Yesterday, Glastonbury’s Emily Eavis mentioned she would “like to have Liam” carry out on the pageant however didn’t affirm rumours that Gallagher had already confirmed himself for the pageant in 2019 following his look at the Pilton Celebration earlier this 12 months.
In the identical interview with Matt Wilkinson for Beats 1, Eavis teased one other Glastonbury headliner could be introduced earlier than Christmas and responded to Matty Healy’s claims that They 1975 may headline in 2020.