The video goes behind the scenes of 'As You Were', and pays tribute to Manchester
Liam Gallagher has shared a new video for ‘I’ve All I Need’.
The video follows the former Oasis member on the road as he tours latest album ‘As You Were,’ and features clips from sets at Glastonbury, and the Japanese leg of his world tour. The visual also pays tribute to the victims of the Manchester Attacks, which took place last May, by including a singe shot of a ‘I Love MCR’ banner on display in the city.
The song appears on his 2017 album ‘As You Were’.
Directed by Charlie Lightening, the video for ‘I’ve All I Need’ also shows Liam Gallagher in the studio putting the last touches to ‘As You Were’. David Beckham, Stormzy, Dave Grohl and Taylor Hawkins from Foo Fighters all appear.
Earlier this week Gallagher made a surprise appearance with his former Oasis bandmate Bonehead, who joined him during his The Rolling Stones support slot.
At the beginning of the month, he told fans that he has started work on a “biblical” second album. He also confirmed that he’ll be working with Greg Kurstin and Andrew Wyatt. The pair also worked with Liam Gallagher on his previous album, 2017’s ‘As You Were’.