Liam Gallagher has postponed his forthcoming European tour so that he can concentrate on his second solo album.
He was due to play a series of shows in November but he has had to move the shows “due to an unforeseen change” in his recording schedule.
An official statement reads: ”Due to an unforeseen change in Liam’s recording schedule, the headline European tour planned for November is having to be postponed. We will be announcing the new dates, shortly, but in the meantime all tickets will remain valid or refunds can be obtained from the point of purchase.”
Gallagher also confirmed he is teaming up with Greg Kurstin and Andrew Wyatt, who helped write and produce his solo debut ‘As You Were’.
Speaking to NME earlier this year, Gallagher said: “I’d love to do a proper out-and-out punk rock album – a bit Pistols, a bit Stooges. I can do that gear; I can definitely sing ’em. Some of the sing-y songs are a bit of a struggle when I do ’em live. But the lippy ones I can do all day long. The ones where you spit ’em out. You’re not necessarily singing, you’re just f**king screaming and shouting. I’m all for that.”