Liam Gallagher has released ‘C’mon You Know’, the latest cut from his forthcoming third album of the same name.
The roaring new single is the latest taste of what’s to come from the former Oasis frontman’s album, which is due out on May 27 via Warner.
It follows the February release of lead single ‘Everything’s Electric‘, which Gallagher co-wrote with Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl.
In his new song, which you can stream below, Gallagher sings: “C’mon, you know it’s gonna be alright/And we’re gonna dance all night/C’mon on you know/Get up, stand up if you feel alive/I only wanna see you smile/C’mon on you know.”
“C’mon You Know” has been the iconic singer’s online sign-off for some time now, replacing the title of his 2017 solo debut, ‘As You Were’.
Gallager debuted his new single at a Teenage Cancer Trust benefit gig at the Royal Albert Hall last Saturday (March 25), the same show at which he dedicated Oasis’ classic ‘Live Forever’ to late Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins, who had passed a day previously.
This summer, the rock legend will take his new record to UK stadiums on a run that will see both a massive homecoming at the home of his beloved Manchester City and an emotional return to Knebworth, where he’ll play two nights.
In other recent news, Gallagher has announced that he will release his ‘Down By The River Thames’ performance as a live album.
In December 2020, when full-scale live concerts were still banned under Covid-19 rules, Gallagher performed the set on a barge from the River Thames.
Sharing the news to social media last month with a snippet of the performance, he wrote: “Made up that Down by the River Thames finally gets released it was a celestial gig dare I say BIBLICAL even enjoy and remember RNR is here to stay it will never DIE C’mon you know LG x.”
‘Down By The Riverdance Thames’ is available to pre-order here.