Liam Gallagher has announced a new live album, taken from two of his solo concerts at Knebworth. Check out the newly shared images of him playing “Roll It Over” below.
The former Oasis frontman announced last week (June 9), the new live album will feature footage from Knebworth’s two solo performances at the venue on June 3 and 4 last year.
Called “Knebworth 22”, the live album will feature tracks from the singer-songwriter’s life, his solo career and his early work with Britpop icons.
It includes hits like “Everything’s Electric” and “Come On You Know” from his solo projects, and Oasis classics like “Wonderwall,” “Supersonic” and “Champagne Supernova.”
Along with the announcement comes a live video of the artist performing ‘Roll It Over’, a track from Oasis’ fourth studio album, ‘Standing On The Shoulders Of Giants’ (2000). Find out below.
More than 170,000 fans turned out for last year’s shows, which took place over the Jubilee weekend, cementing the Manchester artist as a sell-out stadium.
The performance was also a reflection of Gallagher’s previous appearance at the venue more than two decades ago, when he shared the stage with his brother Noel and hosted the historic Oasis concerts there in 1996.
“So we recorded the Knebworth concerts we did last year,” he wrote, announcing the upcoming release. “We are all audio Bible, turn up the volume Enjoy, LGx.”
The physical formats of ‘Knebworth 22’ will be available from 11 August 2023, as well as the standard digital version of the album. Physical copies include standard and deluxe CDs and black and yellow double vinyl.
An olive and black marble double vinyl version is also available exclusively from Gallagher’s official online store. Live album pre-orders can be placed here.
Here is the ‘Knebworth 22’ tracklist:
1. 1. ‘Hello
2. Rock ‘n’ Roll Star
3.Wall Of Glass
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5. Everything is electric
6. Roll Over It
7. Slide Out
8. More Power
9. ‘How You Know’
10. The River
12. Cigarettes and alcohol
13. 13. ‘Some might say
16. Supernova champagne
In other Liam Gallagher news, Oasis fans asked the musician last week to commit to a reunion following Manchester City’s Champions League win on June 10.
This came as the musician was ahead of the final, Liam had tweeted promising to bury the hatchet with his brother Noel for an Oasis reunion if the team won the Champions League.
“If Manchester City win the Champions League I’ll call my brother and get the fucking LG x gang back together,” he tweeted.
Separately, the singer announced to his fans that he would be celebrating the 30th anniversary of Oasis’ debut album “Definitely Maybe” by performing it in its entirety on tour in 2024.
Although details of the upcoming tour are still unclear, the artist confirmed that he would only take the show to “a few places in the Bible” if it came to fruition. The band plans to release a commemorative edition of the album to celebrate the milestone, an edition featuring previously unreleased songs and demos recorded in 1994.