Liam Gallagher announces support act for Dublin show
The shy and retiring Oasis icon hits up the 3Arena in November with a rising star in tow...
The Gallagher brothers are rarely far from a headline or two, and this week has proved no exception.
We'll start with Noel, who proved a typically eyebrow-raising interviewee when speaking with Variety.
First up, he took vicious aim at Lewis Capaldi, who had the temerity to 'do a JAY-Z' and lightly take the piss out of Gallagher at Glastonbury in response to criticism that came his way.
Hitting back, Gallagher unleashed something of a tirade, comparing Capaldi to Chewbacca - who has, of course, since ran with this - and generally mocking his appearance and somehow also insulting his own daughter in the process. Good one, chief.
Attention would turn to his younger brother, with Noel showing yet again that there's no love lost as he explained why he didn't licence any Oasis songs for Liam's recent documentary.
All rosy in the garden as ever. Liam probably doesn't mind too much. He's got a major Irish headline gig to look forward to, after all.
Tickets went on sale this morning for the gig - which takes place at the 3Arena on 24 November - and Gallagher has wasted no time in announcing his support act.
And it's a good one. Joining him on the night will be none other than rising UK rapper Slowthai, who entered in a terrific performance at Glastonbury earlier this month.
I’m delighted to announce tickets are on sale for my UK AND IRELAND tour and the one and only slowthai will be main support.
Why Me? Why Not. LGx https://t.co/SZ3jwSSosw
— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) July 12, 2019
Not a bad night, all in all.