At the gig in Leeds Liam Gallagher played rare Rolling Stones cover "Street Fighting Man".Broadcast stream video. Also he made a clip to "Come Back To Me" at the club. Liam Gallagher continues to promote his debut album "As You Were". It was released almost in parallel with "Who Built The Moon?", The album of his greatest competitor and brother Noel. That's probably why the motivation is stronger, so the fifth single is the world's fifth. It's the song "Come Back To Me". For the filming of the video, the controversial singer chose King Tut's club in Glasgow.
The black-and-white clip is limited to showing performance and adoration by its supporters, possibly interacting with them on the street in front of the club. In its essence, it is only enough with the personality of a former member of the island Oasis. There was nothing changed in Liam's expression-still the same, but he did enjoy. The renowned British director Shane Meadows, who is a huge fan of a singer, includes his new album. "There are only a few things in life that can not be done, and working on this video was one of them," Meadows said.
Liam Gallagher played "Come Back To Me" on the beat of Jimmy Fallon. The former Oasis visited the US program, where he played one of the themes of his solo debut. Liam Gallagher is still in full promotion of As You Were, his first solo album released last October. The former Oasis visited Jimmy Fallon's late show on American television, where, along with his band, he played the song "Come Back To Me." Gallagher is in the United States in the middle of a promotional tour of As You Were. In March, he will return to Chile, to be one of the highlights of the new Creole edition of Lollapalooza.
Noel Gallagher wants to "put Liam and Donald Trump in autopilot cars to crash each other" "Twitter is the idiots' playground, I'd love to know the percentage of single men with Twitter accounts. It is quite high". Noel Gallagher has been the protagonist of a new edition of the video series 'Over / Under' by Pitchfork following his new studio album "Who Built the Moon?". During the talk, how could it be otherwise, 'Our Kid' has left us a few very Gallagherian opinions about Kanye West, about who wonders if it is of this world and goes so far as to say that "there is a bit of Kanye in all of us "(remember that he recently confessed that he would love to collaborate with him), and also about the social network Twitter, the books (and how arrogant they are in their opinion who write them), the mustaches, the autopilot cars, the humility or Ed Sheeran.
For example, regarding humility, the elder Gallagher comments: Humility is something positive, and I had the intention of finding a little at some point in my life, but I still have to reach it. Then, regarding the whiskers, Noel is blunt: They should not be tolerated, at any time and under any circumstances. The full beard is fine, but the mustache ... That's when you start thinking you're a fucking fourteenth-century French musketeer and there's some kind of woman who'll like that. The fucking mustaches are overrated and are for ordinary people.
He then defined Ed Sheeran as 'The Ginger Fury' and snapped: Honestly, what are your fucking expenses? 200 bucks a night? It has a guitar, a microphone, a pedalboard of 'loops' and a tour manager. What does that great tour bus want? He is a very nice guy, he has a heart of gold. Well, he actually has a red-haired heart, but I think his music is very overrated.
However, hold on to the chair or whatever else is at hand because now comes the best, just when the American media asked him about the autopilotados cars: This has gone too far, right? Would you get into a car that nobody pilots? No, it's fucking stupid. It's ridiculous. Whoever has had that idea, honestly, has to be locked up.
Finally, he expressed his opinion about Twitter, a social network where his brother tends to let off such bizarre opinions as some Noel song sounds to Christina Aguilera, who would rather eat her own shit than see Noel as the opening act for U2, who is not "another little bitch Paul Weller" after he criticized the lyrics of his debut album "As You Were" or even where he has managed to recruit some fan to peel potatoes in his concert in response to the scissors The High Flying Birds:
Twitter is the playground of idiots. I'd love to know the percentage of single men with Twitter accounts. I would dare to guess that it is quite high. From Pitchfork responded that the current president Donald Trump is an avid Twitter, to which Noel quickly replied: And my brother, and literally put them in a car autopilot each to collide with each other.