Liam Gallagher certainly doesn’t have any false modesty when it comes to his new music, claiming the songs he’s writing are ‘life-changing’.

The last year has undoubtedly been a pretty big one for former Oasis singer Liam Gallagher. After releasing his debut solo album in October of 2017, the iconic frontman was everywhere, topping charts around the world and breaking vinyl sales records.

Having been on the road almost constantly since then, it turns out that Gallagher has found some time to work on some music which is shaping up to be pretty special.

Taking to Twitter over the weekend, the rocker explained that he had just spent a “Biblical Wk in LA with my army of songwriters”, before noting that he’s “still got it”.

Following a number of rambling Tweets, he also took the time to alert his fans that while he talks “a lot of shit”, he’s made “20 songs that will change your lives”. Needless to say, this is getting us pretty excited.

During his Twitter spree, Liam Gallagher also implored his followers to “listen to Richard Ashcroft”, before noting that his London show later this week will feature the solo debut of the Oasis track ‘Cast No Shadow’.

One of the more underrated songs on Oasis’ (What’s The Story) Morning Glory?, ‘Cast No Shadow’ was indeed written about The Verve frontman Richard Ashcroft, and was last played by the band way back in 2002.

While Noel Gallagher has played it live on occasion, it will mark the first time that Liam has given the track a spot in his solo sets, something he’s done with other deep cuts from the Oasis catalogue.

Of course, there’s no word yet as to when we’ll be hearing some of these ‘life-changing’ songs, but we’re sure that given Liam Gallagher’s previous run of success, he might be right on the money by calling them such.

Check out Oasis’ ‘Cast No Shadow’:

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