Liam Gallagher Storms Offstage Four Songs into Lollapalooza Set

Severe weather also caused many of the night's sets to be cancelled
Liam Gallagher Storms Offstage Four Songs into Lollapalooza Set
Liam Gallagher has had more than his fair share of temper tantrums and stage walk-offs throughout his career, and now he can add another one to the list. Yesterday (August 3), the former Oasis frontman cut his Lollapalooza set short just four songs in.
 
He reportedly opened the Chicago festival set with Oasis hits "Rock 'n' Roll Star" and "Morning Glory," then delivered his recent solo single "Wall of Glass." But midway through fellow As You Were cut "Greedy Soul," Gallagher abruptly left the stage and didn't return.
 
His band finished playing the song and then exited the stage, as well.
 
Gallagher later apologized on Twitter, explaining that he'd had a "difficult gig" the night before that "fucked my voice."
 
Prior to the singer's apology, one fan jokingly took credit for the storm-off; she was holding a giant sign that read: "I <3 U NOEL."
 
And here we were thinking that he'd just gone off in pursuit of a squirrel.

Gallagher's set wasn't even the biggest disaster of the day, though. Severe weather caused a number of evening sets to get called off, including Lorde's.
 
The Lolla action is expected to resume today. You can tune in to a livestream of the festival all weekend over here.

Gallagher will return to Chicago this fall as part of a North American tour in support of his debut solo LP. As You Were is due out October 6 via Warner Bros.