The live clip was shot at Glasgow's King Tuts venue
Liam Gallagher has shared the video for his track ‘Come Back To Me’, directed by Shane Meadows.
Now Liam’s live video for ‘Come Back To Him’ has been premiered by Lad Bible. It was filmed at Glasgow’s King Tuts venue.
This Is England filmmaker Meadows says of the collaboration: “There’s certain things in life you can’t not do and this baby was one of them as I’m a massive fan of Liam’s and this album is flipping ace.”
Meanwhile, Liam’s brother Noel releases his new High Flying Birds album ‘Who Built The Moon?’ on Friday (November 24). Read the NME review here.
In a new interview with Vulture, Noel was asked whether he “coordinated” his album release date with Liam for “publicity” or whether it was simply “lucky timing”.
Noel replied: “It’s slightly annoying. My shit is not reacting [to Liam’s album]. It’s not reactionary on that level to anybody’s. When your record’s ready, it goes, and that’s the end of it, and if it’s near to the other fellow’s, then that’s it.”
“I don’t give a fuck whether he puts his album out the same day as mine,” Noel added. “I will thank him for promoting my record, though, and it’s not even out yet.”