Liam Gallagher Cmon You Know: how to listen to new album and are any tickets left for the Etihad Stadium gig?

The 12-track album is available to purchase now ahead of his hometown gig in Manchester.

The much anticipated third solo album from Mancunian music icon Liam Gallagher has dropped.

The album is something which fans have been aware of for eight months, and the long wait is now over.

Here’s what you need to know about the new album, his solo career so far, where you could catch him live this summer and how the new album has been put together.

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    When did ‘C’mon You Know’ get released?

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    C’mon You Know, which is Liam Gallagher’s third album as a solo artist, was released to the world on Friday, 27 May 2022.


    News of a third album was made official back on 1 October when Gallagher made an announcement.

    What tracks are on the album?

    ‘C’mon You Know’ is a 12 track album and has a running time of just over 45 minutes.

    The longest track on the album is the title track which runs for five minutes and ten seconds.

    The full tracklist for the new album is listed below:

    • More Power
    • Diamonds In The Dark
    • Don’t Go Halfway
    • Too Good For Giving Up
    • Was Not Meant To be
    • C’Mon You Know
    • Everything’s Electric
    • The World Is In Need
    • Moscow Rules
    • I’m Free
    • Better Days
    • Sweet Children


    Is there a song dedicated to Noel Gallagher on the album?

    This is something which was first mentioned by Liam Gallagher last year, and it appears that one of the songs on the new album is in fact dedicated to his brother Noel.

    The rocky relationship between the Gallagher brothers is one of the most well documented in the world of music.

    The back and forth between the brothers feels as though it has been a very regular occurrence from pretty much since Oasis split up over 10 years ago.

    Yet it is a song from this album, the opening track ‘More Power’, which Liam has dedicated to his brother.

    Speaking to Radio X back in October 2021, Liam said “there’s one [song called] I Wish I Had More Power and it’s dedicated to Noel. Yeah, it’s a naughty little tune, but it’s lovely."


    This occasion isn’t the first where Liam has dedicated a song to his brother either.

    Paper Crown from his debut solo album and As You Were and The River from his follow up album Why Me? Why Not were all dedicated to Noel.

    Can I still get tickets to see Liam Gallagher in Manchester?

    Liam Gallagher is set to perform in the Etihad Stadium, the home of his beloved Manchester City FC, on 1 June 2022.

    This will be his first show of the summer and will be his only hometown show of 2022.

    Tickets for the gig are still available through Ticketmaster and begin at around £50.


    For more information on what to expect at the gig, including what Liam Gallagher’s setlist might be and who is supporting at the Etihad Stadium gig, check out this ManchesterWorld piece.

    How can I listen to the new album?

    Liam Gallagher’s new album is available through the singer’s official website.

    The album can be bought as a CD or vinyl and can be bought in packs which come with various pieces of merchandise including hats and t-shirts.

    You can also purchase a deluxe Jubilee CD bundle, which comes with commemorative tankard mugs.


    The album can also be downloaded through streaming services such as Spotify and Apple Music.