Liam Gallagher has announced a UK arena tour following a string of feverishly received festival shows this summer. See ticket details below.
The band, who include former Babyshambles and Peter Dohert bassist Drew McConnell on backing vocals and bass, will play in the beautiful city of Belfast in October. Then they will follow up with gigs across England, Scotland and Wales in December.
If you've not had the chance yet, the opportunity to see his solo band shouldn't be passed up; the band are sounding - to quote Gallagher himself - "dangerous".
The setlist sees the band meander through LG's history as Britain's most loved frontman. Classics sit alongside more overlooked cuts such as Beady Eye song 'Soul Love', and new singles that have hinted at how much of a smash his debut solo album will be.
Cuts from forthcoming LP As You Were - i.e. 'Chinatown', 'Wall Of Glass' and 'For What It's Worth' - are quite different from one another and the diversity in sonics is translated well on stage. The ambition of these songs has meant that - in additon to the core rock 'n' roll players - he brings out gospel singers and a brass section, giving the band a massive Rolling Stones-esque sense of showbusiness.
Meawhile, Liam Gallagher is set to busk on the streets of Edinburgh this December for a homelessness charity.
He will be performing in the city's West Princes Street Gardens with other famous singers and members of the public sleep rough for Sleep In The Park on 9 December.
Of the noble event, he said: "The fans are among the best in the world. I'm looking forward to playing in Edinburgh and supporting this charity.
"I hope the event helps as many people back on their feet as possible."
Tickets for Liam Gallagher's arena tour go on sale 10am on 8 September. Check here for ticket information.
30 – Belfast, Ulster Hall
03 – Leeds, First Direct Arena
04 – Glasgow, The SSE Hydro
06 – Plymouth, Pavilions
07 – London, Alexandra Palace
10 – Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
12 – Birmingham, Arena
13 – Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
15 – Brighton, Centre
16 – Manchester, Arena