By: Sun N.
Oasis has been quite the topic of interest within the past couple of days, given that their single “Don’t Look Back Anger” became an anthem for the victims of last week’s appalling attack at Ariana Grande’s Manchester concert. There have been several cases of crowds singing the song. For instance, a group of mourning individuals began to sing after dedicating a minute of silence for the lives that have been lost. As well, Liam Fray of the Courteeners managed to get all 50,000 of his concert attendees to sing the song with him since that was the first gig in Manchester proceeding the attack. Moreover, Liam Gallagher decided to embark on a four-date UK tour starting with a benefit concert in Manchester, where the proceeds would also go directly to the families of the victims.
Gallagher also released the first single off his solo album As you Were, entitled “Wall of Glass” on Wednesday. Judging by the footage from Tuesday’s gig, it is quite evident that he’s still got it. He even held onto his signature stance from both Oasis and Beady Eye. The song delivered the rock and roll vibe from Gallagher’s previous projects as well, which has many fans excited for the release of his first solo album. When asked about the single in an interview for BBC Radio 1 on Wednesday, he stated that the song was just a rock and roll song with a bit of a gloss to it. He also indicates that it is rather groovy when compared to his old Oasis songs.