Liam Gallagher Postpones European Tour For New Album


Former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher has postponed his European tour, originally scheduled to kick off in November, due to “unforeseen change in his recording schedule.”

The rocker reportedly began working on his second solo album back in May, and said after commencing his writing of the new material that it was sounding “biblical,” according to NME.

”Due to an unforeseen change in Liam’s recording schedule, the headline European tour planned for November is having to be postponed. We will be announcing the new dates, shortly, but in the meantime all tickets will remain valid or refunds can be obtained from the point of purchase,” read an official statement from Gallagher’s team.

Gallagher’s first solo album, As You Were, reached No. 1 on the U.K. album charts upon it’s release in Oct. 2017.