‘Everything’s Electric’ is proving to be another biblical moment for Liam Gallagher as the May 27th release of his third solo studio album ‘C’MON YOU KNOW’ approaches. The track immediately ignited attention upon launch with the news that it was co-written by Dave Grohl and Greg Kurstin, before powering into the Top 20 as the biggest hit of Liam’s solo career to date.
Its profile remained sky high with a characteristically larger-than-life performance at the BRIT Awards, an electrifying moment on ‘The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon’, and winning the NME Award for Music Moment of the Year.
Now Liam gives the song another impactful moment by sharing the official ‘Everything’s Electric’ video, which blends a brand new performance with iconic live footage. The video looks ahead to a big summer in which Liam and fans will again share the adrenaline rush and the life-affirming communal atmosphere of being reunited for live shows.
The ‘Everything’s Electric’ video was directed by Liam’s regular visual collaborator Charlie Lightening. The duo’s previous work together includes the ‘As It Was’ documentary as well as the videos for ‘Once’ (featuring Eric Cantona) and ‘Chinatown’.
Watch the video for ‘Everything’s Electric’ - BELOW:
‘Everything’s Electric’ will feature on the ‘C’MON YOU KNOW’ album, which is available to pre-order here. A visually arresting Zoetrope version quickly sold out, but other collectable formats are available. These include a deluxe vinyl bundle which features a bonus 12” featuring extra tracks and an art print, plus a selection of retailer-exclusive coloured vinyl editions.
Later this month, Liam will headline a Royal Albert Hall show for the Teenage Cancer Trust. His summer UK headline tour includes two nights at Knebworth Park – which saw all 160,000 tickets sell-out in a matter of moments – as well as other mammoth outdoor shows in Manchester, Belfast and Glasgow. Please see his website for a full list of his international tour dates.
Liam Gallagher’s previous solo albums, ‘As You Were’ (2017) and ‘Why Me? Why Not.’ (2019), both went straight to #1 on the UK Official Album Chart, as did his ‘MTV Unplugged’ (2020) record. Liam’s solo career has been a remarkable resurgence which has re-established him as an iconic artist for a whole new generation of fans.
UK live shows:
26th – London, Royal Albert Hall, Teenage Cancer Trust show
1st – Manchester, Etihad Stadium
3rd – Knebworth Park (SOLD OUT)
4th – Knebworth Park (SOLD OUT)
24th – Belfast, Ormeau Park
26th – Glasgow, Hampden Park
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