Liam Gallagher told theupcoming.co.uk that “the thought of being solo [still] does not to do it for me”, however he is making the record “for himself” and “to pay the f*****g bills”. When asked about his brother Noel, who in the movie admits Oasis would have not gotten off the ground without his voice, he sayid: “That’s probably the truest thing he’s ever said.”
Then, in another interview with the Sunday Times, Liam confirmed that he will perform Oasis songs live when he makes his return.
"[The songs] belong to me as much as to [Noel]," he said. "He wrote them, but I raised them." Gallagher went on to say that he will open sets with 'Don’t Look Back in Anger', the first Oasis single to feature lead vocals from brother Noel.
Elsewhere in the interview, Liam said of his solo record: "I can only say it’s sounding promising." He also acknowledged fan doubts over what the music might sound like. "There’s disbelief, without a doubt. That spurs me on. It’s like when people body-shame someone, and two minutes later they’ve got a six-pack,"
"I’m not a media darling, so people go, ‘He can’t write songs.’ And maybe I can’t, but what I’ve got is good. It’s a bit of everything. A few are a bit 'Working Class Hero', which suits my Rolls-Royce. And garage-rock psychedelia, in your face. There’s a song I like called 'Over' — acoustic, faraway voices. Cool. I think it will put a few people in their place."
En el video que pueden ver debajo, Noel Gallagher da su parecer sobre 'Be Here Now'