The former Oasis guitarist topped the bill for the last day of the festival, which took place in Portmeirion, North Wales. The likes of Hot Chip, Super Furry Animals and Bastille also played the fest.
During his performance, Gallagher invited Weller onstage to perform The Jam songs ‘Pretty Green’ and ‘Town Called Malice’. Watch fan-shot footage beneath.
Earlier in the weekend, Gallagher acknowledged “fucking up” a rendition of Oasis classic ‘Champagne Supernova’ during his set at Ireland’s Electric Picnic.
Meanwhile, Liam Gallagher recently reviewed Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, saying: “It’s good. Typical Noel songs. I find ‘AKA… What a Life!’ a bit homoerotic, you know what I mean? I don’t find it sexy myself but there’s something about it… if I’d sung it it would’ve changed the whole dynamic. I’d have made it 100 times better”
He continued, comparing the track to Dire Straits and Mark Knopfler. He did praise some tracks however, stating that he likes ‘Everybody’s On The Run’.
Speaking of recent single ‘In The Heat of the Movement’, he said “But that new one with the na-na-na bit? No not having that, at all. It sounds like Blur.”
Continuing, he said: “And the one with the sax? All that needs to be nipped in the bud. Our kid’s not weird enough to go Bowie. Putting a sax on it doesn’t make you Starman.”