Former Oasis frontman turned solo artist, Liam Gallagher made his return to U.S. television on Monday night, performing a pair of songs from his upcoming album on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert." The two-song performance was the first time he’s ever sung for U.S. television audiences as a solo artist, having spent years doing so as a member of his old rock group throughout the 1990s and 2000s.
As seen in the videos above and below, Gallagher performs “For What It’s Worth” and “Wall of Glass,” which are both set to appear on his debut solo album, As You Were. The performance on Colbert came just a few weeks following his odd gig at Lollapalooza, where he abruptly left the stage after only five songs into his hour-long set at the Chicago festival. He would go on to explain that his voice had not properly healed from a gig the night before.
Gallagher made more positive headlines when he appeared at the One Love Manchester concert in his hometown back in early June. The benefit event would go on to raise almost $3 million in donations during the three-hour concert alone, and much more afterwards. Gallagher performed three songs, including covers of Oasis tunes "Rock 'N' Roll Star" and "Live Forever," alongside Chris Martin.
As You Were is currently scheduled for release on Oct. 6 via Warner Bros. Records. The album’s promotional tour across North America will start the following month on Nov. 13, and will take the wildly outspoken and unapologetic singer through mostly major markets in the U.S. and Canada before wrapping on Nov. 30. Tickets for select shows on the tour are on sale now, and can be purchased by clicking here.