​Liam Gallagher Debuts New Music at Manchester Benefit Gig

Plus, he brought out ex-Oasis member Bonehead for "Be Here Now"
​Liam Gallagher Debuts New Music at Manchester Benefit Gig
Last week, Liam Gallagher revealed plans for his debut solo album As You Were, and last night (May 30), the former Oasis and Beady Eye frontman took the stage solo for a benefit show in his home town of Manchester. Proceeds from the gig were to benefit victims of last week's tragic terrorist attack at Manchester Arena during an Ariana Grande concert.
Despite the sombre circumstances, fans at the concert were treated to the live debut of plenty of new material from Gallagher. In addition to playing the previously teased "Wall of Glass," the singer also played new songs rumoured to be titled "Bold," "It Doesn't Have to Be That Way," "Universal Gleam," "Paper Crown," "Greedy Soul" and "You'd Better Run, You'd Better Hide."

Although the titles have yet to be confirmed, you can still check out fan-shot footage of the new tracks below.







During the show, Gallagher also treated the crowd to Oasis hits, including an a cappella version of "Live Forever." As if that wasn't enough excitement, he even brought out his former Oasis bandmate, Paul "Bonehead" Arthurs, for a rendition of "Be Here Now."
See footage of both of those performances below.

As previously reported, Gallagher is planning to officially release the single version of "Wall of Glass" tomorrow (June 1), with more details on his debut solo LP expected soon.