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Liam Gallagher says new single ‘Everything’s Electric’ is arriving next month

The ex-Oasis frontman released his third solo album 'C'mon You Know' in May

By Charlotte Krol

Liam Gallagher performs live wearing a black Parka jacket
Liam Gallagher's 'C'mon You Know' is out in May. (Photo: Wikimedia Commons/Thesupermat)

Liam Gallagher has announced that his new single, ‘Everything’s Electric’, will land on February 4.

The soloist and former Oasis frontman is preparing to release his third album, ‘C’mon You Know‘, on May 27. It’s not known if the single is a standalone release or will feature on the record.

Yesterday (January 19) Gallagher teased fans that a “fucking massive” announcement was coming today (January 20). “Big announcement tmoz and I mean BIG,” he wrote on Twitter. “Bigger than my nose bigger than rkids rite said Fred fucking massive so stay tuned LG x.”

But fans have today expressed disappointment at the magnitude of the news. One fan asked Gallagher: “Is that it??” to which he replied: “You sound disappointed.”

Another fan wrote: “Is this the huge announcement?” and Gallagher said: “Yeah c’mon.” The singer also replied to another fan: “Yeah it’s massive in it has your head fell off.”

Among fan speculation was the idea that Gallagher was going to be announced as a 2022 Glastonbury headliner.

‘C’mon You Know’ will follow 2017’s ‘As You Were’ and 2019’s ‘Why Me? Why Not’. Both albums landed at Number One in the UK albums chart.

Gallagher heads out on a UK tour in June, which will also see him return to Knebworth for two nights. He’ll be supported at the massive outdoor shows by Kasabian on June 3 (with more guests to be announced) and Kasabian, Michael KiwanukaGoat Girl and Fat White Family on June 4.

In other news, Aitch said recently that he would pay Gallagher £7 million to feature on his upcoming debut album. The Manchester rapper is due to release his debut full-length record this year and has set his sights on the collaboration.

Taking to Twitter, presumably with tongue in cheek, he wrote: “I will pay £7 Million for you to be on my album @liamgallagher.” Gallagher has yet to respond to the proposal.

Gallagher, meanwhile, recently jokingly admitted to being “jealous” of an Oasis cover band’s three-day, snow-enforced pub lock-in.