Liam Gallagher premieres new Oasis song online

Singer also jokes that brother Noel won't be getting free gear

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Liam Gallagher has premiered an unreleased Oasis track on Prettygreen.com, the website of his soon-to-launch clothing range, Pretty Green.

To listen to a snippet from the track, which is named 'Man Of Misery', click on the video below.

The singer is set to launch Pretty Green this Thursday (June 4). A further video on the website features a different clip from the song, while on Thursday (when the Prettygreen.com store opens) a four-minute video featuring the song will be uploaded, a message on the site explains.

Gallagher has been speaking about how his Oasis bandmates might take to the range. In an interview with Manchester Evening News he joked that he won't be giving his brother Noel any free clothes from the label.

"Our kid will have to buy his own Pretty Green gear," he said. "He's getting no freebies!"

He added: "I can't see all of Oasis going onstage dressed head-to-toe in Pretty Green outfits. We're not Showaddywaddy."

Click below to watch the new Pretty Green video, featuring a clip of 'Man Of Misery'.


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