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Song of the Day: Listen to Liam Gallagher’s “For What It’s Worth”

For What It’s Worth is Liam Gallagher’s most earnest and most sincere yet. The track is a mid-tempo throwback to Oasis with an infusion of acoustic strumming, orchestral strings, and gentle electric guitar that regularly weaves throughout.
Gallagher teased the new track with the acoustic version on Facebook yesterday (watch below).

Filled with frank honesty with touches of self-deprecation the track has relatable lyrics like “Let’s not pretend you were ever searching for saints,’Cause I’ve been crucified just for being alive” and “Seems that I’ve forgot just what I was fighting for, but underneath my skin there’s a fire within, still burning” and “I’ll build a bridge between us, and I’ll swallow my pride” before the chorus, “for what it’s worth, I’m sorry for the hurt, I’ll be the first to say I made my own mistakes.” Listen below.



For more of Liam Gallagher’s As You Were, revisit the previous singles Chinatown and Wall of Glass. Debut Solo Album As You Were available October 6th via Warner Bros. Records. Make sure to catch Gallagher live, tour dates below.

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