Liam Gallagher sees too much bravado and not enough authenticity in today’s music business. The former Oasis singer is releasing two new records.
Former Oasis singer Liam Gallagher (49) lacks authenticity in the current music business. “There’s far too much hollow bragging in the music business these days. All of this is not real, »he said in an interview with the German Press Agency.
“Just because you can play the guitar blindfolded and your feet doesn’t mean you’re a god.” Music has to get people to “drink and jump. Simple lyrics, in your face.”
That worked earlier with Oasis, said the 49-year-old, who is now traveling solo and is releasing two new records this Friday (May 27): the studio album “C’Mon You Know” and the live album “Down By The River Thames’, recorded on a barge on the River Thames during lockdown winter 2020. He’s also returning to perform at Knebworth Park, north London, on the first weekend of June – where he’s been performing with his brother Noel and their band Oasis for more wrote music history with two mega concerts over the age of 25.
“As an Oasis, we were nothing special. We were as old as our audience, we drank what they drank and we looked like them. But the music was bloody great,” Gallagher said. “I always say: stay normal, just stay.”