Liam Gallagher – ‘For What It’s Worth’ review

With Liam Gallagher’s debut album – ‘As You Were’ coming out on the 6th of October, it made sense for the rock ‘n’ roll star to release another single from the album. And boy, it didn’t disappoint.

With a slight switch in sound from his previous singles, being ‘Wall of Glass‘ and ‘Chinatown.’ His single, ‘For What It’s Worth’ comes across more of an apology for all of his mistakes. From the first listen it’s apparent that this song is a personal gesture to everyone he’s done wrong by, “For what it’s worth, I’m sorry for the hurt. I’ll be the first to say I made my own mistakes. For what it’s worth, I know it’s just a word and words betray. And sometimes we lose our way.”

With Gallagher hopping from festival to festival this year with the likes of Leeds and Reading on its way. You can see this becoming a crowd favourite, with its catchy chorus and more mellow tempo, leaving the space for the crowd to sing along. It’s definitely with a listen.

Click HERE to listen.

Alisha x

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