Ex-Oasis Frontman Drops Video for New Single, ‘Wall of Glass’

Liam Gallagher premiered many new songs at Manchester attacks fundraiser.

June 1, 2017 11:43 am
Ex-Oasis Frontman Liam Gallagher Returns With 'Wall of Glass'
Liam Gallagher performs at The O2 Ritz Manchester on May 30, 2017 in Manchester, England. Tonight sees Liam Gallagher embark on the first of a tour of solo gigs around the UK and Ireland. The performance in his hometown will raise funds for the 'We Love Manchester Emergency Fund' which will support people who were injured or bereaved in last Monday's terrorist attack at the Manchester Arena. (Chris Williamson/Getty Images)

Oasis is dead, long live a Gallagher brother!

While older brother Noel has been pumping out albums under the moniker Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, touring the world, and spewing out soundbites aplenty, little of note has been heard from or done by younger brother Liam (he released a pair of forgettable albums under the moniker Beady Eye in 2011 and ’13, respectively).

But all that seems to have changed in a matter of days. First, it was announced that Liam would release a solo record. Then he debuted a number of them, as well as a few Oasis classics, at a benefit concert for the Manchester attacks earlier this week (he and his brother are Mancunian by birth). Judging by the crowd appreciation, they have a bright future.

He still has his Oasis-era chops, as you can see/hear from the clip below of that band’s number, “Morning Glory.”

And now, the promotion blitz has seemingly reached a climax, with a trippy video for Gallagher’s first single, “Wall of Glass,” hitting the web. Listen to the song and watch the video above.

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