Thirty years after the debut of Oasis, Liam Gallagher releases a brand new album | EUROtoday

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Liam Gallagher, co-founder of the group Oasis together with his brother Noel, releases a brand new album this Friday 1er March. The Manchester-born artist collaborated with one among his childhood idols to arrange this new document, Stone Roses guitarist John Squire. Soberly baptized Liam Gallagher & John Squire, the album is made up of ten tracks with pop rock tones which have already made the success of the teams to which they belonged. “I can’t wait for people to listen to this album. I think people who are into the Stone Roses and Oasis and all that kind of stuff are going to fucking love it. It’s spiritual, crucial,” Liam warned in a press launch.

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The album has been awaited because the publication of the only Just Another Rainbow at the start of the yr. This collaboration appears fully coherent at this time, the 2 artists being actual pillars of Britpop but additionally each originating from Manchester, even when they open up to an interview given to West France “don’t really remember why” they determined to embark on this mission collectively.

“We do it for the music”

If John Squire would have “never dared to suggest songs to Liam”, he nonetheless performed an necessary position within the singer’s profession. “The Roses taught me to believe in myself, to believe in music. Everyone thinks I'm arrogant. It's wrong. I just have confidence in myself. And I owe that to the Stones Roses,” confides Gallagher.

The collaboration between the 2 glories of British rock just isn’t motivated by cash or glory, “We already have all that. We do it for the music,” assures Liam Gallagher. The latter doesn’t, nevertheless, flip his again on the titles that made him well-known. Oasis' first album, Definitely Maybe, celebrates its thirtieth anniversary this summer season. For the event, Liam introduced a tour the place he’ll cowl the group's first songs.READ ALSO Noel Gallagher: 'The members of Oasis didn't deserve the celebrity' His brother Noel was even invited, leaving excessive hopes for followers of the group which broke up in 2009. “I called him, well, my entourage called him, we put an offer on the table for this Oasis thing and he said no,” he instructed the journal Mojo. “It’s a big tour, a lot of money. He declined. I will do the thing of Definitely Maybe and I will have a good time without him,” the singer concluded.