Oasis singer Liam Gallagher has performed the band’s hit single ‘Don’t Look Back In Anger’ for the first time.
The song, penned and performed by Gallagher’s bandmate brother, Noel has become the unofficial anthem of Manchester after the recent bombing and Liam performed the song at the Glastonbury Music Festival over the weekend.
The touching performance saw Liam singing the song with a backing of 135,000 festival goers.
Although a beautiful performance in music history, it’s also a stab at his brother he’s been rivalling with since Oasis came to fame in the 90s as it’s Noel’s song and until now has never been performed by Liam.
Recently, Coldplay performed the song at the Manchester One Love charity event.
The recently musically quiet Gallagher brother Liam has well and truly come back with his Glastonbury performance, his Manchester fundraiser gig and new single Wall Of Glass (read here)
Wall Of Glass is the first single off Liam Gallagher’s debut solo album, As You Were available for pre-order here