Liam Gallagher fans who missed the ex-Oasis frontman's debut appearance Oct. 9 on “The Late Late Show” can check out streaming footage of the British pop-rocker performing his single “Wall of Glass.” The song is the lead single from the “Wonderwall” hitmaker's newly released album solo album As You Were, which dropped Oct. 6 via Warner/Parlophone.
NME reports on Oct. 10 that Gallagher made a surprise appearance on the popular CBS late-night talk show after previously referring to the show's host James Corden as a “knobhead” via social media. The outspoken singer met Corden backstage prior to the performance and the two British stars apparently hit it off extremely well.
Following “The Late Late Show” appearance, Gallagher made amends for his previous remarks about his fellow countryman. The rock n' roll badboy reluctantly admitted to fans that he'd been mistaken about the “Gavin & Stacey” creator and decided that Corden was “a fine chap” after all.
"'On The Late Late Show' tonight and I’ve just bumped into the host James Corden,” Gallagher writes via his official Twitter account. “I gotta say he’s a fine chap. Got that one wrong. As you were LG x.”
Pundits predict that As You Were will easily top the U.K. Official Albums Chart when it makes its debut next week. Gallagher's solo debut has moved 79,000 copies as of mid-week in the U.K. since it hit shelves on Friday and has already sold more than any other 2017 release since Ed Sheeran's 2017 studio album ÷, which dropped back in early March.
As You Were features 12 tracks and is available to order here in a variety of bundles in CD, vinyl, as well as digital formats. Fans can check out the TV performance of “Wall of Glass” above.