Liam Gallagher Teases New Single From Latest Album ‘Cmon You Know’

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Liam Gallagher has shared a teaser clip of another new song from his latest album Cmon You Know. 

Cmon You Know, which will arrive on May 27, also includes the track ‘Everything’s Electric’ which was released by the former Oasis singer last month. Check it out here.

Gallagher had also said in an interview that around “80 per cent” of this album is a “bit peculiar”. 

“Some of it’s odd, man. I’d say 80 per cent of the record’s a bit peculiar, but still good. And 20 per cent of it’s kind of classic, like this”, he told Chris Moyles last month.

“I still sound normal and mega and all that”, he added. “But, you know, if you’re going to do something a little bit different, do it in these times, because if people don’t dig it, just blame it on COVID innit? And then we’ll go back to the normal stuff on the next record”.

“It keeps the doors open to what’s next, know what I mean?”, he said of ‘Everything’s Electric’. 

Gallagher Teases ‘Cmon You Know’

Since then, Liam Gallagher has now shared a teaser clip of an upcoming new single via his Instagram account.

“C’mon You know. Friday”, he captioned alongside the video. Lasting for 20 seconds, the video is a painted graphic of the title track’s name and the yet to be released single.

You can see this snippet video in full here.

This comes after Gallagher had announced that he was shooting a music video on a “roof top up north” last week, with fans speculating that Cmon You Know was the title of this new track.

“Doing a video shoot up NORTH tmoz for new single we’re gonna be on a roof so keep your Roy kinnears pealed for the sound of the summer c’mon you know LFUKING x”, Gallagher tweeted.

This Summer is set to be a huge one for Gallagher, having already confirmed that he will play a special outdoor gig at Dublin’s Kilmainham Royal Hospital on August 27. 

The singer will also play two sold out gigs at the iconic Knebworth venue in June, where his former band Oasis played two record breaking concerts in August 1996.