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Liam Gallagher teases collab album with The Stone Roses’ John Squire

Fans have been invited to sign up to a new website for further info.

By Nick Reilly

Liam Gallagher performing live with Oasis in 1994 (Picture: Press)

Liam Gallagher has further teased the idea of a collaborative album with The Stone Roses’ Johm Squire by launching a new video and official website.

Gallagher initially teased the team-up when he brought Squire on stage to perform ‘Champagne Supernova’ at his Knebworth shows in 2022, before tweeting: ‘Super group incoming LG JS’.

He further confirmed that the pair are “definitely” going to work together, while talking to Matt Wilkinson on Apple Music 1 last September.

“Yeah. Serious, man. But we’ve got things to do first, and he’s got things to clear up and that. But yeah, I’m definitely going to do summat at some point,” he said.

The latest update came yesterday (December 18) when Gallagher shared a video clip which Squire performing live, as well as joining Oasis on stage. “John Squire without a doubt the best guitarist of his generation and in the world in my opinion,” Gallagher is heard to say in the clip.

He also shared a link to in his Instagram bio, which features a landing page that gives fans the opportunity to sign up for a mailing list to receive further information.

A release date is yet to be confirmed.

In October, Gallagher also posted on X/Twitter and claimed the album will be the ‘best record since ‘Revolver’ – the seventh LP from the Beatles.

When one fan said it was a “big statement”, he responded: “What’s coming your way is bigger I’m being humble it pisses all over it.”

In other news, Gallagher will head out on tour next year where he will play Definitely Maybe in full to mark 30 years of the seminal record.