The resurrection's on.
Liam Gallagher has a point to prove. Forget Beady Eye, forget busking in random boozers, forget potatoes. This is the beginning of the iconic Oasis frontman’s grand comeback. He’s ready to reclaim his place at the the table.
‘Wall of Glass’ is Liam ready for a scrap. From the flailing harmonica intro it’s a hook filled riotous run through all the Gallagher hallmarks. That instantly recognisable voice sounds better than it has for years - there’s a real spark here, fresh and bristling with vibrancy and intensity.
Liam was never going to do things by halves. There’s more than enough promise here to suggest that long awaited solo album will be a step up from anything else he’s produced post Oasis. If it proves anything though it proves that Liam Gallagher can still matter. It’s a track to make people sit up and pay attention. At a time when exciting scenes are popping up all over the place it feels right to have a true legend back and at the top of his game. As you were. Martyn Young