Liam Gallagher has ruled himself out of new Scottish Festival TRNSTMT.
However, Gallagher tweeted earlier today (January 27): “Sorry to disappoint all my Brothers n Sisters in Scotland but I won’t be playing TRNSMT stay cool bware of knobheads LG x”
Announced earlier this week, the new festival will take place on Glasgow Green from July 7-9, traditionally the same dates as T In The Park is held. Fans can sign up on the website now to receive line-up details and pre-sale offers first.
According to The Daily Record, Radiohead will headline the Friday night of the festival, with Kasabian headlining the Saturday night and Biffy Clyro headlining the Sunday night. Liam Gallagher was also reported to have been booked to perform at TRNSMT, which is said to be aiming for a “family-friendly” vibe.
However, none of these bookings has been confirmed by the festival. A spokesperson for TRNSMT told NME that they would not be commenting on the report linking these acts to the festival.
Watch a teaser clip for TRNSMT Festival below.
Gallagher is likely to play material from his forthcoming solo album, which he is understood to be “making good progress” on.
Gallagher recently continued his spat with brother Noel, slamming him for “brown nosing U2”, whom Noel is due to support on tour.
Liam wrote on Twitter: “I see all that brown nosing is finally starting to pay off. NO SHAME” – which many are assuming is aimed at his brother and former bandmate.