Liam Gallagher is 'amazed' by his live performance of 'Definitely Maybe'

Liam Gallagher is 'amazed' by his live performance of 'Definitely Maybe'

Liam Gallagher expressed his amazement at the live production of his upcoming tour, the one celebrating the thirtieth anniversary of the release of “Definitely Maybe” and described the stage as a faithful representation of what he had imagined.

The former Oasis frontman will perform the entire Britpop band's 1994 debut album to mark its 30th anniversary, with a series of concerts planned across the UK and Ireland, including four shows at London's O2 and the new Co-Op Live arena in Manchester, plus stops in Sheffield, , Glasgow and Dublin. The celebratory tour will launch on June 1st from Cardiff. As well as the UK shows, Liam will also showcase the album at Reading & Leeds 2024 in August.

Gallagher shared his impressions of the live production via X/Twitter, calling it “a picture of what's on my mind” and “completely psychedelic.” She also responded to a fan about her performance of “Up In The Sky” during rehearsals, describing it as “crucial.”

The singer underlined the importance of the visual component of the upcoming shows, promising a “mega” experience and revealing his intention to bring the album cover to life on stage. However, he decided not to follow the chronological order of the original “Definitely Maybe” tracklist, preferring to place some of the biggest hits at strategic points of the concert. He also once again ruled out the possibility of performing his solo material on the tour.

The former Oasis man expressed enthusiasm for performing “I Will Believe“, the B-side of Oasis' debut single “Supersonic” reproduced in a live version in the EP released on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the debut single. The live version of “I Will Believe” was recorded during the historic concert at Limelight in Belfast on 4 September 1994.

In the meantime, Noel Gallagher announced a 30th anniversary reissue of their debut album, featuring previously unreleased recordings and outtakes, fueling speculation about a possible reunion.

Speaking about the age-old issue in an interview with NME, Liam Gallagher stated that an Oasis reunion “won't happen” on the occasion of the anniversary of “Definitely Maybe” and showed skepticism regarding a possible return on the occasion of the three decades Of “What's The Story Morning Glory” in 2025.