Liam Gallagher further teases joint album with The Stone Roses’ John Squire

This could be iconic.

Danny Jones Danny Jones - 19th December 2023

Liam Gallagher has once again teased his upcoming joint album with The Stone Roses’ legendary guitarist, John Squire.

The two rock legends first floated news of their collaboration earlier this year when fans caught wind of the project and, in a typically Gallagher soundbite, Liam described it as “the best record since Revolver” — yes, as in the one by The Beatles.

Ah, ever just a humble Northern musician.

Cut to this week and the former Oasis frontman has now revealed a joint website simply featuring his and Squire’s names along with a prompt to join the mailing list.

While there still seems to be no other clear hints as to when this heavily teased record will arrive, the younger Gallagher sibling did go on to share the above clip on social media featuring vintages clips of both him and The Stone Roses‘ lead guitarist.


The video features the 51-year-old Britpop star declaring, “John Squire is without a doubt the best guitarist of his generation and in the world in my opinion” — big words given the corner of music heritage he is from and even considering his big brother Noel isn’t half bad at it either.

That being said, we’ve wasted enough time hoping either of the Burnage-born boys will be nice enough to each other that they might one day sort an actual reunion, so we’ll happily take this for the time being.


As for Squire, he still performs on occasion: most notably alongside LG at his recent sell-out Knebworth double bill back in 2022 which, just like their infamous predecessor, has also gone down in history.

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With that in mind, it seems fairly likely that fans might also get to see Squire doing what he does best alongside Liam Gallagher on stage again soon for his Definitely Maybe 30th-anniversary tour shows.

Once again, we know very little about this project other than that it is expected to be released sometime in 2024 but we sincerely can’t wait to see what these two figures of Manc music royalty come up with.


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