Liam Gallagher has revealed new song 'For What It's Worth', taken from his album As You Were that's out on 6 October.
The track exhibits those massive choruses that his voice was built for. It was produced by Grech-Marguerat and a co-write between Liam and Simon Jon
Sonically, it's a massive achievement: the core rock 'n' roll instruments are tastefully restrained allowing the lyrics and orchestral washes to sweep the listener into its captivating lyrical flow.
Thematically, it's an apology song and talks about trying to win someone you've hurt back. The line: "I'll build a bridge between us and I'll swallow my pride" could easily be about Noel and it is, kind of. “I wanted to write an apology,” says Liam. “Not to one person, but to everyone, because I’m no good at saying sorry. That song is a tune.”
The song will undoubtedly connected with many people who've had the misfortune of a severed relationship, and the lyrics speak for people who are lost for words themselves.
We are very much looking forward to hearing the new album. It's going to be a hugely impressive sound. In addition to the aforementioned geniuses on the record, Liam Gallagher has worked with Greg Kurstin, Andrew Wyatt of Miike Snow, and Michael Tighe.
Meanwhile, he has continued to tell the press about things he thinks are shit. The latest include cars, the sea, Harry Styles' debut single and his brother chatting up Bradley Cooper.