Idles to support Liam Gallagher at rearranged Belfast gig

Liam Gallagher live at the Mediolanum Forum, Milan (Alessandro Gianferrara for Live4ever)

Liam Gallagher live at the Mediolanum Forum, Milan (Alessandro Gianferrara for Live4ever)

Idles will be the support when Liam Gallagher plays his rescheduled gig in Belfast next year.

The concert at Ormeau Park is now set for June 30th 2021 as Gallagher puts on hold the big live plans he’s now accustomed to again, which were going to support the release of his second solo album Why Me. Why Not? – a UK number one last year. “Confident though he is, one suspects that even Liam Gallagher was taken aback by the success of his debut solo album As You Were,” our review reads.

“Both exciting and solid, the platinum selling album successfully played to his strengths, equally divided between plaintive ballads and classic rock and roll. The success that followed through big gigs, copious radio play and entertaining interviews made the UK fall in love with Liam all over again. But how best to follow that up?”

“The novelty of his return has worn off, so now it’s got to be about the songs. As a minimum he has to consolidate. You won’t be surprised to learn that he’s generally playing it safe, but he’s now confident enough to tinker with the winning formula.”

Idles will have their own new album to show off once show-time comes around with Ultra Mono due for release in September.



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