“Pumpkin n Potatoes”: Liam Gallagher takes aim as Noel announces tour with The Smashing Pumpkins

"Pumpkins n potato’s what ever nxt."

Liam Gallagher has described brother Noel Gallagher as a “potato” once more, after the singer announced plans for a co-headlining tour with Smashing Pumpkins.

The High Flying Birds singer will head out on a co-headline tour of America with the alt-rock veterans this summer, where they’ll be joined by AFI.


While the tour was only officially announced this morning, Liam was quick to criticise the jaunt as rumours circulated last weekend.

“Tour announcement Monday with the Pumpkins, North America. Will you be coming out to play here this summer as well,” one fan asked Liam.

He fired back: “Pumpkins n potato’s what ever nxt.”

As for that tour, Noel and the Pumpkins will begin on August 8 at New Jersey’s BB& T Pavillion. You can view the dates in full below.



 8 – BB&T Pavilion, Camden, NJ
9 – Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater, Wantagh, NY
10 – Darien Lake Ampitheatre, NY
13 – Budweiser Stage, Toronto, ON
 14 – DTE Energy Music Theatre, Detroit, MI
15 – Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre, Chicago, IL
 17 – Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD
19 – Blossom Music Center, Cleveland, OH
20 –PNC Music Pavilion Charlotte, Charlotte, NC
21 – Ameris Bank Amphitheatre Alpharetta, GA
23 – Walmart AMP, Rogers, AR
24 – Dos Equis Pavilion, Dallas, TX
25 – The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion presented by Huntsman, Houston, TX
28 – North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre, San Diego, CA
30 – Banc of California Stadium, Los Angeles, CA
31 – Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View, CA

The war of words between the two brothers also continued to rage last weekend – when Liam described Noel as a “little mug” after it was reported that Noel Gallagher is in the studio with Dave Sardy.

The producer worked on Oasis’ albums ‘Don’t Believe The Truth’ (2005) and ‘Dig Out Your Soul’ (2008) as well as Noel’s debut solo album as The High Flying Birds in 2011.


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