Liam Gallagher Performs New Tracks and Oasis Songs at Pinkpop 2017 – Watch

    The former Oasis frontman is gearing up for the release of his upcoming album ‘As You Were.’


    Footage of Liam Gallagher’s set at Pinkpop Festival 2017 has surfaced online. The outspoken singer played on Monday (June 5) at the festival, premiering new songs from his upcoming debut solo LP As You Were, as well as peppering in some classic tunes from his Oasis tenure.

    Gallagher debuted new tracks “Greedy Soul” and “Bold” – the former being a no-nonsense, rock ‘n’ roll head-rattler, and the latter being an acoustic-led psych number. Also featured was the killer solo single “Wall of Glass,” along with a storming rendition of Oasis anthem “D’You Know What I Mean.” Check out the pro shot footage of the set below:

    Other tracks performed that weren’t featured in the video footage include “Rock ‘n’ Roll Star,” “Morning Glory,” “Slide Away,” and “Be Here Now” from the Oasis discography, and “I Get By,” “You’d Better Run, You’d Better Hide,” and “Universal Gleam” from the singer’s first solo album As You Were.

    The festival performance follows Gallagher’s surprise appearance last Sunday at the One Love Manchester benefit concert, which was set up as a fundraiser for the victims of the Manchester bombing. The Pinkpop appearance capped off three gigs in 24 hours for the former Oasis frontman. He took to the stage in Germany for Rock IM Ring, flew to Manchester for the One Love performance, and shot off to the Netherlands for his Pinkpop performance in the space of two days.

    Gallagher hit the news recently for his criticisms of brother Noel not attending the benefit gig in Manchester, taking to Twitter to say: “Manchester id like to apologize for my brothers absence last night very disappointed stay beautiful stay safe,” before further tweeting: “Noels out of the f**king country weren’t we all love get on a f**king plane and play your tunes for the kids you sad f**k.” He also recently announced a release date for his debut solo album As You Were, giving it an October date – meaning it will drop just one month before Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds’ album release.