Liam Gallagher has shared the title track to his upcoming third studio album C’Mon You Know.

C’Mon You Know the album will be released on 27 May ahead of a string of UK tour dates including a Manchester gig at the Etihad Stadium.

The album features lead single Everything’s Electric.

New single C’Mon You Know was written solely by Liam Gallagher and producer by Grammy Award winner Andrew Wyatt.  The track features trademark Liam Gallagher traits – his signature snarl over a rock’n’roll anthem, but also adds in touches of synth, experimentation and saxophone courtesy of Vampire Weekend’s Ezra Koenig.

The C’mon You Know album infuses Liam’s classic, hands-in-the-air anthems with fresh experimental flourishes. Andrew Wyatt is the main producer throughout, while Ezra Koenig contributes to a selection of tracks. Other producers / writers include Greg Kurstin, Dave Grohl, Ariel Rechtshaid, Adam Noble, regular Liam collaborators Michael Tighe and Simon Aldred, and members of his live band, Dan McDougall and Mike Moore.

In addition to releasing C’Mon You Know on 27 May Liam Gallagher will release the Down By The River Thames live album on the same day.  Originally streamed on 5 December 2020, the show became one of the most memorable performances of the lockdown era as he hit the River Thames with a live band including Bonehead and an arsenal of classic songs.

Around his UK headline shows, Liam Gallagher will also play a string of European festivals throughout the summer, tour Australia/New Zealand in July and then tour South America in November.

When does Liam Gallagher headline at Manchester’s Etihad Stadium?

Liam Gallagher headlines at the Etihad Stadium, Manchester, on 1 June 2022.  The Manchester gig is one of five dates he is headlining over the summer:
1 June   –   Manchester, Etihad Stadium
3 June   –   Knebworth Park
4 June   –   Knebworth Park
24 June   –   Belfast, Ormeau Park
26 June   –   Glasgow, Hampden Park
27 August   –   Dublin, Royal Hospital Kilmainham

Manchester gigs – Liam Gallagher – image courtesy Greg Williams