The Oasis singer's full-length drops Oct. 6

By Eric Renner Brown
June 23, 2017 at 11:13 AM EDT
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Oasis singer Liam Gallagher released his debut solo single “Wall of Glass” earlier this month, and on Friday he detailed plans for his first full-length, As You Were. The album drops Oct. 6.

In addition to his album announcement, Gallagher shared plans of his first North American tour as a solo artist. The string of nine solo dates kicks off Nov. 13 in San Francisco and concludes Nov. 30 in Philadelphia, hitting theaters in cities including Denver, Chicago, Boston, and New York in between. Gallagher will also appear at the Foo Fighters-organized Cal Jam 17 in San Bernardino, California, on Oct. 7, the day after As You Were‘s release.

Gallagher released two albums, in 2011 and 2013, as the leader of Beady Eye. But As You Were is his first LP under his own name.

Manchester Arena incident
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Earlier this month, Gallagher once again began to feud with his brother and Oasis bandmate Noel, slamming him for his absence from the One Love Manchester benefit show. The brothers subsequently determined to donate royalties from their 1995 Oasis track “Don’t Look Back in Anger” to a Manchester relief fund to benefit those affected by the May 22 terrorist attack at an Ariana Grande concert that left 22 dead.

Check out Gallagher’s North American itinerary below.

Nov. 13 — San Francisco — Warfield
Nov. 18 — Denver — Gothic
Nov. 20 — Minneapolis — First Avenue
Nov. 21 — Chicago — The Riviera
Nov. 23 — Toronto — Rebel
Nov. 25 — Boston — House of Blues
Nov. 27 — New York City — Terminal 5
Nov. 29 — Washington, DC — Lincoln Theatre
Nov. 30 — Philadelphia — Union Transfer