“Mars to Liverpool”, the new song by Liam Gallagher & John Squire

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Between fresh and nostalgic, similar to a summer melody in January.

Liam Gallagher and John Squire They have published “Mars to Liverpool”a theme that adds to “Just Another Rainbow“and serves as a preview of what will be the debut album of his new project. This will be called Liam Gallagher & John Squire.

In this new album by the duo made up of the vocalist of Oasis and the former guitarist of stone Rosesproduced by Greg Kurstinwill feature the participation of musicians of the caliber of Barrie Cadogan in the bass and Joey Waronker (REM. and Roger Waters) in the battery.

“Mars to Liverpool” is a song with a sound balanced between fresh and nostalgic, similar to a summer melody in January. With an infectious rhythm and complemented by lyrics that sparkle optimism in dark hours, Squire and Liam They present a song in which they both exude talent, both on the guitar and on the voice.

Liam Gallagher & John Squire will be released on March 1st via Warnerand a small tour was also announced that will last a month in some European countries, such as England, France and Italy.

1. “Raise Your Hands”

2. “Mars to Liverpool”

3. “One Day at a Time”

4. “I’m a Wheel”

5. “Just Another Rainbow”

6. “Love You Forever”

7. “Make It Up as You Go Along”

8. “You’re Not the Only One”

9. “I’m So Bored”

10. “Mother Nature’s Song”


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