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Liam Gallagher says he’s been working on ‘life-changing’ new music, will premiere Oasis track at intimate London gig

Some special treats are in store for those attending next week's acoustic show...

Liam Gallagher has offered further details on his upcoming new music, claiming to have recorded “20 songs that will change your lives”.

Yesterday, the former Oasis frontman teased fans by revealing that he had spent a week in L.A with “an army of songwriters“. The ‘Wall of Glass’ singer is at work on the follow-up to his debut solo album, ‘As You Were‘.

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After stating that he’s “still got it”, Gallagher has now elaborated on the progress of LP2 – saying that he has been working on 20 new tracks.

LG tweeted: “I know I talk a lot of shit but I have oops we have 20 songs that will change your lives oops make them better oops you know what I’m trying to say by the pinball lights x”.

Gallagher has also promised fans that he will dust off Oasis’ ‘Cast No Shadow’ during his intimate show at London’s Union Chapel next week (December 13). He previously said that some new tunes will also be aired on the night.

“I’m singing cast no shadow this Thursday get your fucking tickets kids it’s worth 40 pounds,” he tweeted. Gallagher also called on fans to “listen to Richard Ashcroft“, with the former Verve frontman inspiring the 1995 track’s lyrics.

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‘Cast No Shadow’ hasn’t previously appeared on Gallagher’s solo setlist.

The special gig, in aid of homeless charity Shelter, will mark Gallagher’s final UK show of 2018. Upon its announcement, the singer said: “No child should have to wake up homeless on Christmas day, which is why I’ll be playing a very special acoustic gig this December.

“This gig will be a one-off; a chance to raise some money for all the great work Shelter does to stop homelessness.”

 

 

 

 

 

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