Liam Gallagher makes London solo debut at intimate Brixton show

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The former Oasis star stormed Brixton Electric

Liam Gallagher played his first London show as a solo artist last night with an intimate gig at Brixton Electric. See photos, footage and the setlist below.

After making his solo debut in Manchester earlier this week and premiering new songs from his upcoming album ‘As You Were‘, Gallagher’s tour continued as it rolled into the capital.

Backed by his new live band of Babyshambles’ Drew McConnell on bass, Kasabian’s touring guitarist Jay Mahler, Mike Moore lead guitar, Dan McDougall on drums and Chris Madden on keys, Liam stepped on stage after Oasis’ ‘Fuckin In The Bushes’ blared over the P.A. – causing a huge eruption of cheers when he recited The Beatles: “I am he as you are he as you are me, and we are all together.”

Liam Gallagher at Brixton Electric

Liam Gallagher at Brixton Electric

The capacity crowd then burst into life as he and the band tore into Oasis’ classic ‘Rock N’ Roll Star’ before ‘Morning Glory’. From there, it was the same setlist as his Manchester show. With Gallagher in fine voice and spirit, he aired eight new tracks from ‘As You Were’ – with new single ‘Wall Of Glass‘ already received as a firm fan favourite.

– Read more: All the new solo songs that Liam Gallagher debuted on tour

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Beyond the new tracks, the set was peppered with the Oasis classics ‘D’You Know What I Mean?’, ‘Slide Away’, ‘Be Here Now’ and a stripped-back a capella rendition of ‘Live Forever’ as an encore.

Liam Gallagher at Brixton Electric

Liam Gallagher at Brixton Electric

Liam Gallagher played:
Rock ‘n’ Roll Star (Oasis song)
Morning Glory (Oasis song)
Wall of Glass
Greedy Soul
Bold
Paper Crown
D’You Know What I Mean? (Oasis song)
Slide Away (Oasis song)
All I Need
I Get By
You Better Run
Universal Gleam
Be Here Now (Oasis song)
Encore:
Live Forever (A capella)

– Read more: Back in business – the full Liam Gallagher NME comeback interview

After teasing his debut solo track ‘Wall Of Glass‘, Gallagher’s solo album ‘As You Were’ will follow in October. Meanwhile, his solo tour continues this week – find out which Oasis tracks he will and won’t be playing.

As well as performing at Reading & Leeds 2017, Liam Gallagher’s remaining upcoming tour dates are below.

June
10 – Dublin, Olympia Theatre
11 – Glasgow, Barrowlands