Liam Gallagher Shares Title Track From Upcoming Album, “C’MON YOU KNOW”


Liam Gallagher will also release a new live album, Along the ThamesMay 27.

Liam Gallagher has shared a new single titled “C’mon You Know”, which the musician himself has dubbed “the sound of summer”.

The song is the title track from the former Oasis frontman’s third solo album, which will be released on May 27 via Warner. He’s already previewed the record with his debut single “Everything’s Electric,” featuring Dave Grohl on drums, no less.

“Come on you know it’s gonna be alright/ And we gon’ dance all night/ Come on you know/ Get up, get up if you feel alive/ I just wanna see you smile/ Go on you know,” Gallagher sings in the first verse.

Later, it introduces gospel choirs, synthesizers and experimental elements as it builds into a whirlwind finale.

Last week, Gallagher and his band were spotted filming the ‘C’mon You Know’ music video on the roof of a hotel in Manchester.

The Mancunian will present the next Come on you know album on a string of huge hits this summer, including a billing for two nights at Knebworth. He is due to play at the Royal Hospital Kilmainham in Dublin on August 27, 2022.

Gallagher says of the show: “I am absolutely delighted to announce that on 27th August 2022 I will be performing at the Royal Hospital Kilmainham. It’s going to be biblical. Come on, you know. LG x”

Liam discussed other upcoming songs on The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X in October 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 titled “Better Days”.

Liam Gallagher’s previous solo albums, as you were (2017) and Why me? Why not. (2019), both went straight to No. 1 on the Official UK Albums Chart, as did his 2020 MTV unplugged disk. Liam’s solo career has been a remarkable resurgence that has re-established him as an iconic artist for a whole new generation of fans.

Pre-order Come on you know here.

Listen to “C’mon You Know” below:

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